Thursday, 5/13

Frost advisory in effect until 7 AM for the areas away from the city. High pressure will continue to dominate our weather.
Mostly sunny skies. Temps start out in the upper 20s to middle 30s and rise rapidly through the 40s and 50s during the forenoon.
Sun and scattered cumulus clouds in the afternoon with highs reaching into the upper 60s.
Light easterly winds will again keep readings in the 50s at the lakefront.
Clear skies overnight.

Friday, 5/14
Abundant sunshine boosts temps into the lower 70s by mid afternoon. However a southeasterly breeze will keep readings in the 50s along the lakefront. Increasing clouds overnight.

Saturday, 5/15
A mix of clouds and sun with a chance of a few brief showers far west and south. Highs in the low 70s inland and 50s along the lakefront due to a continued SE breeze. Partly cloudy, chance of showers south overnight.

Sunday, 5/16
Considerable cloudiness and mild. A good chance of showers especially later afternoon and into the evening hours. Highs around 70 with 50s at the lakefront. Showers and t-storms likely overnight.

Monday, 5/17
Mostly cloudy with showers and t-storms likely. Highs in the 60s far north and 70s elsewhere. Becoming partly cloudy overnight. Southerly winds shift NE.

Tuesday, 5/18
Partly sunny north, clouds and a chance of showers south. Highs in the mid 70s inland and 50s to lower 60s at the lakefront. Partly cloudy, chance of showers south overnight NE winds.

Wednesday, 5/19
Clouds increase from the south and west and warmer with a chance of showers/ t-storms developing during the afternoon. Highs 70s to lower 80s; cooler at the lakefront. Showers and t-storms likely overnight.

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