Rain, clouds, and fog brought a cool and dreary day across the region today. However, moving into tonight, temperatures are not expected to fall much at all. We will bottom out in the upper 40s while areas of drizzle show up throughout the night.
By Wednesday, another wave of moisture will move in to increase shower activity during the afternoon. High temps will be warmer farther inland with highs in the upper 60s, while along the shores of Lakes Superior and Michigan, highs reach the lower 60s and upper 50s. Tomorrow night, clouds and rain begin to exit the region with a slightly cooler and drier air mass moving in. Lows drop to the lower 40s accompanied by a gentle northwest breeze around 5 to 10 miles per hour.
Much sunnier skies arrive by Thursday, which will begin a period of very nice weather to end off the week.