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Wednesday. May 23

High pressure settles across the area providing a pleasant, tranquil day.
Areas of cloudiness and patchy fog greet early risers. Sunrise temps range from mid 50s suburbs to around 60 city.
Clouds break, leaving skies partly sunny by noon. Light winds become E-NE around 10 mph.
Afternoon temps peak in the low 80s inland, but hold in the mid-upper 60s along the lake.
Patchy low clouds/fog redevelop overnight. Lows again dip to the 50s most areas.

Thursday. May 24

 Areas of morning cloudiness give way to partial sunshine by noon. Temps rise to the mid 80s inland, but beach readings hold closer to 70 due to SE winds around 10 mph.

Friday. May 25

 Very warm. Sun gives way to an increase in mid-level clouds late in the day. Highs reach the upper 80s. Scattered storms possible overnight. SW winds 10-20 mph.

Saturday. May 26

 Very warm and moderately humid. Isolated t-storms possible in unstable air. Temps peak around 90 degrees. SW winds 10-15 mph become W-NW.

Sunday. May 27

 Partly sunny and continued quite warm. Temps climb to the upper 80s inland. Light W winds turn onshore, limiting lakefront highs to the mid-upper 70s.

Monday. May 28

 Morning sun gives way to building clouds. Scattered t-storms possible late/at night. Warm. Highs reach the mid 80s inland, cooler lakeside. Light winds become E-NE.

Tuesday. May 29

Partly sunny. Not quite as warm, but high temps still run about 5 degrees above normal. Afternoon temps peak in the low 80s inland, near 70 at the lake. NE winds 10-15 mph.