After some recent chilly weather we’re going to start to warm back up and it will remain dry, but not for the entire week.
We start the week off with high pressure in control providing us with sunshine and milder temperatures into Tuesday. A weak system will pass to our north Tuesday night, sending in some clouds and possibly a shower or two, but the bulk of the rain should stay well to our north. Drier weather returns for Wednesday and Thursday, but the end of the week is when the changes happen.
A low pressure system will move into the Great Lakes on Friday after bringing some snow to parts of the Dakotas and Minnesota. A frontal system will be located well ahead of that low, sending some showers out way for Friday. A secondary area of low pressure will develop along the front, bringing in another round of rain for Friday night into Saturday. and this batch could be heavy. Everything should push offshore by Saturday evening, with drier and cooler conditions settling in for next Sunday. A much cooler weather pattern may set up for next week, possibly hanging around for quite a while.
Monday: Some morning clouds, otherwise becoming mostly sunny. High 53-60.
Monday night: Clear skies. Low 35-42.
Tuesday: Plenty of sunshine. High 58-65.
Tuesday night: Becoming partly to mostly cloudy, slight chance for a shower late at night. Low 39-46.
Wednesday: Early clouds and possibly a shower, then becoming partly sunny and breezy. High 55-62.
Thursday: Intervals of clouds and sun. High 51-58.
Friday: Cloudy and breezy with showers likely, becoming a steady rain at night. High 57-64.
Saturday: Periods of rain and showers, ending in the afternoon. High 55-62.
Sunday: Sunshine and some afternoon clouds, breezy. High 48-55.