Updated: Monday, September 24, 2018 02:44 PM
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Monday, September 24, 2018 03:07 PM

9/24 3:00pm Clouds along the lakeshore have kept temps a bit cooler near the lake in the mid 50s while inland areas pushed into the mid 70s today. A few light sprinkles can't be ruled out with the clouds moving north out of IL, but no significant rain is expected that would alter your outdoor plans this evening. Despite mostly cloudy skies tomorrow we should turn a little warmer ahead of a cold front that will give us some additional rain chances during the afternoon and evening while any added sunshine could potentially give us a severe weather risk that we'll need to monitor. Tuesday looks to be the warm day of the week while we return to the seasonally cool weather for the rest of the week and more rain chances by weeks end.

Mike Westendorf- Innovative Weather ##
ConditionsBecoming partly to mostly cloudy, a few sprinkles possible.Isolated showers possible mainly near the lake, otherwise partly to mostly cloudy with patchy fog.Sct'd showers and storms develop, especially later in the day. Some strong storms are possible - becoming very breezy late.
TempFalling thru the 60s60 lakeside, 55 inland 76
WindSE 10-15 mphSE to SW 5-15 mphS to SE 5-15 mph
ConditionsMainly cloudy to partly sunny skies, seasonably cool - windy.Mostly cloudy with a chance for a few showers.Another chance for light rain, mostly cloudy and seasonally cool.
Temp6367Around 60

SkiesLight Rain Fog/MistLight Rain Fog/MistOvercast
Feels Like65°F63°F67°F
Relative Humidity93%94%81%
Barometric Pressure30 inHg30 inHg30 inHg
WindsSouth 5 mphEast 6 mphSoutheast 5 mph
Visibility2 Miles4 Miles10 Miles

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