Temperatures will be mild tonight with a low of 65 degrees thanks to a southeast wind at 5-15mph and a warm front trying to move in. That warm front will trigger showers and potentially a storm or two overnight with scattered rain and storm chances throughout Monday so keep the umbrella close all day long.
The wind is going to be kicking up as well so there is a Beach Hazards statement issued for Monday so stay out of the water as Lake Michigan will be choppy with 3-5 foot waves and rip, long-shore and structural currents possible. Many spots will pick up a quarter of an inch of rain up to an inch plus, especially in the southeast.
Tuesday is much quieter with clearing skies and highs in the upper 70s though it will be breezy with a west wind at 10-15mph. Wednesday will be windy and a bit cooler with highs falling into the low to mid-70s with a chance for light rain late in the day. Thursday is still breezy but dry with partly cloudy skies and highs in the mid-70s. The nice weather continues on Friday and Saturday with a few clouds and temps still in the 70s, a nice stretch heading into the weekend again.