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Sunday, April 30…

Flood potential exists across the area  into Monday morning as several inches of rain soak the area

Waves of showers and thunderstorm, some with heavy rain producing local flooding.

Strong/gusty thunderstorms possible in the afternoon and evening, especially south of the city  as temperatures moderate. Highs range from the 50s north to the lower 70s far south.

East/northeast winds 12-22 mph become southeast in the afternoon.

Showers/thunderstorms continue overnight. More heavy rain and flooding possible. Winds shift southwest late.

 

Monday, May 1…
Mostly cloudy with showers likely early, diminishing to a few afternoon sprinkles. Blustery southwest winds shifting to the northwest late. Slowly falling temps after highs in the middle 50s. Mostly cloudy and cooler overnight. Lows near 40.
Tuesday, May 2…
Extensive cloudiness thins allowing some breaks for sun in the afternoon. Cool for the season with highs 10 degrees or more below normal. Northwest winds 10-20 mph slowly diminish.
Wednesday, May 3…
A mix of sun and clouds, continued cool for the season with highs in the middle 50s, a bit lower near the lake. East to northeast winds 8-15 mph.
Thursday, May 4…
Continued on the cool side with high temperatures continuing well below normal. Northeast winds 8-18 mph hold readings to the 40s at the lakefront.  A sun/cloud mix gradually trending sunnier as the day goes on.
Friday, May 5…
Warming trend begins. Generous sunshine, initially gusty northeast winds become much lighter in the afternoon. Highs range from the lower 60s inland to the lower 50s lakeside.

 

Saturday, May 6…

Another sunny day. Milder as the mercury climbs to more seasonable levels as afternoon highs reach the middle 60s, but modestly cooler along the lake. Light southwest winds become onshore in the afternoon.