Look for skies to cloud up by the afternoon. As a result, sunshine might not quite be able to warm thermometers to 90° so expect most locations to instead top out in the upper 80s. Regardless, like clockwork, as we reach the lunchtime hours, showers and thunderstorms will be developing as lake and sea breezes push inland. Rain activity will linger into the early evening hours before gradually diminishing.
Overnight will be partly cloudy with lows in the low 70s.
Wednesday, a lingering front will maintain the possibility for an afternoon shower or thunderstorm. Overall though, more sun and less rain is expected for Wednesday versus Tuesday. This means temperatures may get a touch warmer as well.
Then on Thursday, the lumbering front will get one last push through our area with a likely more widespread batch of showers and storms.
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