TODAY: The rain is gone this morning, but we won't shake the clouds as easily. A stray shower is possible this morning, but largely dry, cloudy, and cool conditions will continue today. Expect a steady breeze from the northwest, that will cool us from the upper 50s this morning, to low 50s this afternoon.
TONIGHT: Despite temperatures falling through the day, we remain steadily in the upper 40s overnight. Expect clouds to linger through sunrise.
EXTENDED: Some break apart in cloud cover is possible by early Wednesday, but mostly cloudy skies and east winds have us struggling to reach 60. Most of the day is dry, but showers return Wednesday night. Much better south flow returns Thursday, warming us and setting us up for thunder storms. Right now, the severe threat looks to sit to our south. Strong to severe storms would be possible, given the environment that generally sits south of I-44 on Thursday. Things start to warm and dry up into the weekend. We're in the upper 60s by Friday, and 70s Saturday. Temperatures look to climb well into the 80s by Sunday and Monday.