Clouds finally eroded away this evening. This is allowing temperatures to fall into upper 20s. With clearing skies, lows will drop into the mid 20s by morning. High pressure dominating our weather will provide a milder, light southwesterly flow. Factor sunshine tomorrow, we will warm into the low to mid 40s.
Heading into Wednesday, a disturbance will move through the Great Lakes. It may produces some clouds for us but sunshine expected for much of the day. Winds will pick up and become breezy which will also help to boost our temps to near 50. A weak cold front comes through late, calming the winds and bringing a brief cool shot of air for Thursday.
Friday into the weekend
Showers are possible Friday as a warm front pushes through. The clouds and showers will keep temps in the mid to upper 40s, still mild but turning even warmer by Saturday. With sunshine and a strong flow out of the southwest, highs will top out in the mid to upper 50s. Cold front comes in late Sunday increasing the clouds. Despite more clouds, we end mild with highs near 60. Shower chances increase towards evening with the arrival of the front. Cooler but still quite a bit above average for Monday.
Have a nice evening!
MaryEllen Pann, Chief Meteorologist