High pressure sits over Minnesota Saturday. This clears our skies and our temps are a bit cooler than average as we have a trough in the eastern half of the U.S. which allows for the cooler air to stick around. Highs are in the low to mid 60s. Winds are out of the northwest at 5-10mph, so not as breezy as the previous couple of days.
A nice big ridge in the jet stream swings over Sunday. This helps warm us up. The high pressure system that was over Minnesota on Saturday is now over southern Michigan Sunday, this allows for warmer air from the south to push into the region. This air mass change will lead to some clouds by the afternoon. Morning lows are in the low 40s and highs reach near 70.
A strong warm front moves into the region Monday. This causes mostly cloudy skies and a 40% chance of showers and storms. Lows are near 50 and highs reach the low 70s.
The warm front moves through and we are left with some hot steamy air Tuesday. Lows are now in the upper 50s and highs reach the low 80s! Skies are partly cloudy.
Cooler air filters back in on Wednesday. As it does so it introduces a 20% chance of some storms. Morning lows are in the mid 50s and highs reach the mid 70s.