Day: Air Quality Alert most of the Chicago area into northwest Indiana. As high pressure slides off to the east, winds shift to the west southwest. A cold front approaches from the north overnight. Night: Abundant sunshine filters through a slow increase in high-thin cirrus clouds during the day. Little change in temps with afternoon highs in the upper 80s. Clouds thicken overnight with a slight chance of showers toward morning.
More clouds than sun. Showers and a few thunderstorms likely. High temperatures in the mid 70s north to mid 80s far south. As winds pick up out of the northeast, readings are cooler along the lakefront with an increasing chance of rip currents developing. Clouds and a slight chance of showers overnight.
A chance of showers or thunderstorms mainly south of I-80. High temperatures in the mid 70s north and along the beaches to mid 80s far south. Partly cloudy overnight. East to northeast winds 10-18mph.
A chance of showers or thunderstorms with the best chance south of Interstate-80. High temperatures around 80 degrees with cooler readings right along the lakefront. Partly cloudy overnight. East winds 5-10 mph.
Highs 80-85 inland and 70s along the lakefront. Clouds thicken a bit overnight. Easterly winds.
High temperatures in the middle 80s inland and upper 70s along the lakefront. Clouds increase and thicken overnight. East to southeast winds.
Building cumulus clouds could develop into widely scatted thunderstorms. High temperatures in the upper 80s to lower 90s with slightly cooler readings at the beaches. Partly cloudy at night with thunderstorms possible. South to southeast winds.
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