From Storm Team 5…
Sunshine made it feel nice out there today, but with northeast winds, our temperatures only made it into the lower 60s away from Lake Michigan, with upper 60s and lower 70s in western and northern sections.
Tonight, clear skies carry through the evening, then partly cloudy skies work in before early tomorrow morning. Temperatures generally fall back into the 40s, and there will be some 30s in northern sections.
Monday will mainly be comprised of clouds covering up the sun, but later on in the day, a weak disturbance will cross the southern portion of the state, kicking up a few light to moderate rain showers during the mid-day and evening hours. Those showers will likely stay out of northern-most sections. Temperatures tomorrow still a little cooler, topping out in the middle 60s.
We begin the warm up on Tuesday as we increase those temps into the 70s. A spotty shower may come by during the early morning, but dry conditions will be the general rule, with decreasing clouds later in the day.
Mostly sunny skies incoming for Wednesday as high pressure builds in. Temperatures also continue to trend upward as we get back into the 80s for highs.
As we wrap up the late work week and head into the holiday weekend, temperatures stay on the warm end, keeping our highs in the 80s on through to Saturday. The next good rain chance comes later in the week on Thursday night, Friday and Saturday where there will be some scattered showers and thunderstorms around. We’ll continue to update you on timing and rain chances as we get closer to the holiday weekend.