Thursday. July 19
High pressure departs to the east and low pressure approaches from the west.
Slight chance of scattered brief thunderstorms during the afternoon with storms becoming increasingly likely at night.
A sunny start, but clouds on the increase through the day. Highs reach the middle 80s inland, but a southeasterly wind may keep readings in the upper 70s along the Lake Michigan Shoreline.
Brief light showers during the afternoon could turn into heavier downpours later at night.
Friday. July 20
Mostly cloudy with clusters of showers or thunderstorms likely – a few strong storms with locally heavy downpours. Rather humid with afternoon highs in the lower 80s. Good chance of showers or thunderstorms overnight. West to southwest winds.
Saturday. July 21
More clouds than sun with a chance of showers. Highs in the mid to upper 70s. Continued chance of showers overnight. North to northeast winds.
Sunday. July 22
Early morning showers possible. Afternoon highs around 80-degrees far west and south and cooler at the lakefront. Gradual clearing at night. Northerly winds become light and variable at night.
Monday. July 23
Sunny start, but clouds increase somewhat as the day progresses. Highs in the lower to middle 80s with overnight lows in the middle 60s. South to southwest winds.
Tuesday. July 24
Partly cloudy – afternoon highs in the lower 80s. Scattered clouds overnight. Westerly winds.
Wednesday. July 25
A gradual increase in clouds with a chance of thunderstorms late. Afternoon high 80 to 85-degrees. Clouds and a chance of showers overnight. Winds shift to the southeast.