The heat spreading across the West into the Plains will be the main story of the week.
Temperatures can soar to record highs in Montana, Montana, and other northern states.
Warnings and advisories for excessive heat are up in many states. With the drought and high heat, there will be an elevated-to-critical-fire danger for California and the Great Basin.
No widespread storm systems will affect the U.S, but there will be some shower and thunderstorm activity today across the Mid-Atlantic and the Great Lakes into the Northeast.
Some storms may become severe in isolated cases, but rain and scattered storms are possible along the Gulf Coast and Florida.
Source: Fox News