Sunshine mixed with passing clouds, along with breezy conditions, will persist in the wake of the remnants of Ian in the Mid-Atlantic states drifting east. High pressure building down from Canada will contribute to a brisk northeasterly wind and some lake moisture in the form of puffy clouds.
Temperatures will reach the mid-to-upper 60s the next few afternoons, cooling off quickly at night, with morning lows in the low to mid-40s.
There will be a gradual warmup midweek to the low 70s, under mostly sunny skies, as high pressure shifts east and winds become southerly ahead of cold front crossing the Midwest. A few showers could develop late Thursday, followed by a blast of chilly air, with sprinkles, on Friday.
- Tonight: Few clouds, chilly. Low 44
- Monday: Sunny. High 67 (43)
- Tuesday: Sunny. High 69 (45)
- Wednesday: Sunny, mild. High 71 (43)
- Thursday: Partly cloudy, shower late. High 74 (47)
- Friday: Mostly cloudy, brisk, sprinkles. High 56 (48)
- Saturday: Sunny, crisp. High 59 (38)