Tuesday, 7/27
Air Quality Alert remains in effect across metro area until midnight. T-storms to the north spread high clouds across area skies early. Temps mid 60s suburbs to low 70s city at sunrise. Cloud patches thin heading into midday leaving skies mostly sunny. Ample sunshine boosts temps to the low 90s as humidity levels creep upward. SW winds 10-15 mph. Cooler N. Shore in the evening as winds shift NE. Warm and somewhat muggy overnight. Chance of an isolated t-storm late.

Wednesday, 7/28
Some morning clouds/haze, then partly to mostly sunny, hot and humid. Temps reach the low-mid 90 with 100+ degree heat index. SW winds 10-20 mph. Chance of t-storm city and N overnight.

Thursday, 7/29
Chance of an isolated t-storm around daybreak, then partly sunny. Breezy, cooler, and trending less humid. Temps peak in the mid 80s S, mid 70s near the lake. N-NE winds 15-25 mph.

Friday, 7/30
Pleasant. High pressure settles across the western Great Lakes promoting mostly sunny, comfortable weather. Highs range from low-mid 80s well inland to low 70s lakeside. NE-E winds 10-15 mph.

Saturday, 7/31
Influx of warm air arrives ahead of approaching cold front. SW winds of 15-20 mph and partial sunshine raise temps to the mid 80s. Showers/t-storms likely at night.

Sunday, 8/1
Cold front passes early. Becoming breezy, cooler, and less humid. NE winds increase to 15-25 mph. Daytime temps peak near 80 well inland, but hold closer to 70 at the lakeshore.

Monday, 8/2
High pressure builds south from Canada bringing abundant sunshine, light NE winds, and comfortable temps. Highs range from near 80 inland to low 70s along the lakefront.

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