A surge of cooler air sweeping across the lake will trigger scattered showers this afternoon & evening. When that moves east, a High Pressure ridge will slide over the Great Lakes & stay put through the holiday weekend, which means we'll have Sunny, Dry, Cooler weather. This ridge won't move until the middle of next week, and temperatures will begin to heat up.
Thursday Afternoon: Cloudy, Breezy with scattered showers & an isolated thunderstorm. Temperatures will be falling into the 50's. Wind: West 15-20 mph.
Thursday Night: Scattered evening showers. Then after Midnight, Clearing, Windy & Cooler. Low: 40. Wind: North 15-20, gusts-30 mph.
Friday: Mostly Sunny, Windy & Cooler. High: 56. Wind: North 15-20, gusts-30 mph.
Friday Night: Clear & Chilly. Patchy inland Frost possible. Low: 40. Wind: North 10-15 mph.
Saturday: Sunny & Mild. High: 62. Wind: North 5-10 mph.
Sunday: Sunny & Milder. High: 64.
Monday - Memorial Day: Sunny & Milder. High: 68.
Tuesday: Mostly Sunny & Warmer. High: 76.
Wednesday: Partly Sunny & Warmer. High: 79.
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