After nearly a week of unseasonably warm spring weather and highs in the 70s, it’s back to April showers and jacket weather.
Low pressure will drift east across Lower Michigan, accompanied by light showers, breezy and chilly weather overnight and Monday morning.
Clouds will linger well into the day on Monday, with a few early showers, shifting into eastern Ohio, before skies begin to clear late afternoon, as a small area of high pressure moves in. Seasonable weather and sunshine will prevail Tuesday.
A wave of low pressure will move across Kentucky on Wednesday, bringing increasing clouds and a few periods of light rain.
A chilly northwesterly flow will develop later in the week, holding afternoon readings in the upper 40s to mid-50s, with morning readings falling into the upper 30s. A few sprinkles are likely Thursday with lake-effect cloud cover and moisture. Skies will clear Friday, but showers could return over the weekend.
Sunday: Cloudy, breezy, much cooler, showers. High 56
Tonight: Occasional rain, breezy at times. Low 47
Monday: Clouds linger, few showers, late clearing. High 60
Tuesday: More sunshine, little milder. High 66 (45)
Wednesday: Light rain a.m., cool. High 60 (46)
Thursday: Mix clouds and sun, sprinkles, colder. High 48 (38)
Friday: Partly sunny. High 57 (38)
Saturday: Showers. High 58 (42)