Fall-like chill moves in tonight
Lows fall into the 40s and 50s
With clear skies and dry air in place, temperatures will quickly drop this evening. Lows will likely fall into the mid 40s to the west to mid 50s east with a light north wind. These are the coolest temperatures our area has seen since June.
FRIDAY & SATURDAY
Lower humidity will stick around through Saturday with high pressure in place. Highs will remain in the 70s to low 80s across our area with no chance of rain and plenty of sunshine. Overnight temperatures will slowly start to come back to the low 60s for many areas Saturday night along with added clouds.
The weekend remains dry through Saturday evening. A front will sweeping through the Great Lakes by Sunday into Sunday night bringing the next chance of a little light precipitation to the area. The best chance will be in the mountains initially with a few showers to the east by Sunday night. Either way, expect more clouds by Sunday. Humidity will also rise back up to end the weekend.
Behind the front, Monday will be increasingly sunny with afternoon highs in the mid 80s. We still can’t rule out a stray shower/storm. It should be a great expected holiday weekend for those wishing to get outdoors and do some grilling.