Saturday ended up being mainly dry but cloudy with areas of fog in the northeast where temperatures were stuck in the 50s. After a thin line of rain moved through earlier we did see some spots climb into the 70s away from Lake Michigan and closer to Illinois where the warm front ended up. Temperatures will be in the 40s overnight with some light rain possible before sunrise, generally less than a tenth of an inch with slightly higher totals out west.
There will be a break in the rain for the late morning hours but it will still be mostly cloudy with areas of patchy fog. The warm front tries to push north again and the wind will be a bit on the breezy side, temperatures well north will again be in the 50s with highs in the 70s closer to the stateline with 60s in Milwaukee. The cold front will moves through on Sunday afternoon and that will spark showers and a few rumbles of thunder.
Skies will be clearing on Monday behind the front with a brisk wind from the northwest to knock everyone down into the upper 50s but it will be a dry day with more sunshine by the afternoon. Tuesday starts cool and dry but a warm front moves in late in the day to touch off showers and a few rumbles of thunder. Showers end on Wednesday morning as temperatures climb into the upper 60s with a drier afternoon. Thursday will be warmer, in the 70s, with another chance for showers and storms. Friday is looking drier at the moment with highs in the 70s but this active weather pattern continues with rain chances heading into next weekend.