It will be chilly this morning, with temperatures in the mid- to upper-40s and mostly cloudy.
MORE MAY-LIKE THAN JUNE TODAY
Tuesday’s cold front pushed an unseasonably cool air mass into the lower Great Lakes. Temperatures are only in the mid- to upper-60s. As we warm up Wednesday, clouds will start to thin for partly sunny skies.
It will be another chilly night, but there will be a big jump in temperatures on Thursday. Winds out of the south and sunshine will help push temperatures into the upper-70s.
INCREASING RAIN RISK FOR THE WEEKEND
High pressure will drift east Thursday night and into Friday. This will allow moisture to move in, bringing the threat for Friday afternoon isolated showers or storms.
A warm front will lift north through the Valley for Saturday with increasing humidity. Expect scattered storms for Saturday, mainly afternoon and evening. A few showers are possible for the morning Sunday, with partly sunny skies into the afternoon.
SEASONAL AND PLEASANT FOR THE START OF THE WORK WEEK
It will be partly to mostly sunny skies for Monday and Tuesday, with highs in the upper-70s.