Tuesday, 6/22
High pressure passes across the Midwest bringing pleasant summer weather. Bright and tranquil to start the day. Cool for the season with daybreak temps from upper 40s cooler suburbs to upper 50s city. Sunshine dominates area skies through the day although scattered fair-weather clouds form midday through afternoon. W winds increase to 10-20 mph then turn SW. Clouding over at night. Scattered showers possible late.

Wednesday, 6/23
Chance of a lingering shower early, then becoming partly sunny. Breezy and seasonably warm with highs of 80-85 degrees. SW winds increase to 20-25 mph with higher gusts.

Thursday, 6/24
Trending warmer, more humid as gusty SW winds draw tropical air into the Midwest. Temps reach the mid-upper 80s. Clouds build, leading to a chance of t-storms late. Storms likely overnight.

Friday, 6/25
Mostly cloudy, breezy, warm, and humid. Temps peak in the low-mid 80s. Approaching disturbance raises likelihood of periodic t-storms or t-storm clusters. SW winds 15-25 mph.

Saturday, 6/26
Showers, possibly a few t-storms linger early, then mostly cloudy. Cooler, less humid air arrives as NE winds of 10-20 mph lock in. Highs range from 70 at the lake to near 80 well inland.

Sunday, 6/27
Partial sunshine returns allowing afternoon temps to reach seasonable highs in the low 80s. Light winds turn onshore, lowering beach readings to the low-mid 70s.

Monday, 6/28
Little change in temps despite an increase in cloudiness. Afternoon highs climb to the low 80s. Light winds. Showers possible late in the day or at night.

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