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Sunday, March 26

The frontal system is expected to surge back north across the area as a warm front associated with a low pressure center moving northeast out of the central plains.

Showers and thunderstorms continue from overnight into the forenoon.  With winds shifting to the south-southwest, temperatures rise close to or above the 60-degree mark north and the lower 70s south of interstate-80. Locally heavy rains with some of the stronger thunderstorms.  Showers diminish overnight.

Monday, March 27

Cloudy – another band of showers/possible t-storms spreads back into our area later in the morning into the evening hours. Highs 40s far north to 60s far south – coolest along the lake. Mostly cloudy with  drizzle overnight.

Tuesday, March 28

Clouds and perhaps some remnant drizzle in the morning with glimpses of sun during the afternoon.Partly cloudy overnight.Northeast

Wednesday, March 29

Partly sunny with highs in the 40s with lakefront readings in the upper 30s due to northeast winds off the cold waters of Lake Michigan. Increasing and lowering clouds overnight – chance of rain south.

Thursday, March 30

Cloudy with rain spreading over at least southern portions of the area from the southwest. Highs mostly in the 40s – readings in the upper 30s to low 40s at the lakefront. Rain likely much of the area overnight.

Friday, March 31

Clouds with rain likely. Highs in the 40s with upper 30s along the lakefront. Rain diminishing and ending overnight. Northeast winds.

Saturday, April 1

Partly cloudy with afternoon highs in the 50s – still cooler near the lake. Partly cloudy overnight. Northeast winds become light westerly late.