Overnight skies will be mostly clear with lows in the 50s.
We'll start off the week with rain and storms, with potential for a few severe thunderstorms. Monday afternoon is when we expect the storms to move through, with some showers and storms lingering into early evening. High winds and hail are the main concerns if storms take off, and there is a slight tornado threat, mainly across the southern part of our area. In addition, any storms that develop will be capable of producing very heavy rain due to lots of available moisture. The development of these storms hinges on the placement of a warm front, which is still somewhat in question. We will be watching it closely tonight into Monday. Be sure to stay weather aware on Monday and have a way to get warning information.
Tuesday and Wednesday are going to be hot and humid. High temperatures will be in the low to mid 90s with dew points in the mid to upper 70s. That means it will feel like temperatures are anywhere between 95-105°. Prepare now, if you can, on ways to stay cool.
Wednesday night into early Thursday a front will move through, bringing another chance for thunderstorms. Thursday is only slightly cooler, by Friday we are back to highs in the 70s with lower humidity.
TONIGHT: Mostly clear
Wind: E 5-10 mph
MONDAY: Afternoon rain and storms, ch. strong storms
High: 72 Lakefront...77 inland
Wind: E 10-20 mph
TUESDAY: Mostly sunny. Humid & hot
High: 89 Lakefront... 95 inland
Heat Index: 95-105°
WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny. Hot & Humid. T-storms late
Heat Index: 90-100°
THURSDAY: AM Shower, then partly cloudy
FRIDAY: Mostly sunny