THE weather is expected to stay warm and humid for the week ahead but cloud and mist will replace the sunshine of recent days.
Tomorrow looks to be a cloudy day with some sunny spells and highs of 17 to 20 degrees with some light wind.
Tomorrow night will have scattered patches of drizzle while remaining hot and humid with minimum temperatures of 12-15 degrees.
On Tuesday, it will be predominantly dry with highs of 20-24 degrees but cloudy and drizzle and mist along the West coast.
Again, Wednesday is thought to be much the same with scattered outbreaks of rain while remaining humid with temperatures hitting 17 to 22 degrees.
It is expected to be misty and damp overnight and on Thursday there is a risk of showers and thunder while remaining warm (19 to 23 degrees).
Fridays looks set to be a mix of sunny spells and scattered showers with temperatures rising to 21 degrees with some northwesterly winds.