High pressure that brought us a beautiful fall weekend has moved east into New England, setting up a return flow from the south, with gusty winds and milder conditions, along with increasing moisture.
An upper-level system moving toward the western Great Lakes with an area of rain over the Midwest will brush the state overnight, with showers arriving ahead of a cold front. The rain should taper off Monday morning, but the sky will remain mostly cloudy. Readings will approach 60, with a southwest wind in the afternoon.
A strong system will track from the central Plains to the Great Lakes bringing rain and a few storms Monday night and Tuesday morning, along with gusty winds. The weather should improve in the afternoon on Election Day, with a high in the low 60s, before slowly falling through the 50s later.
Cooler weather will return midweek, with a strong surge of cold Canadian air by the weekend.
Tonight: Showers. mild. Low 50
Monday: Showers on/off, mainly early. High 59
Election Day: Showers, storm, windy, mild, tapering off p.m. High 62 (54)
Wednesday: Partly sunny, cooler. High 52 (43)
Thursday: Clouds return. High 48 (34)
Friday: Clouds, colder, flurry p.m.. High 45 (37)
Saturday: Brisk, cold, some sun. High 38 (28)
Have a great weekend! -Ben