We're looking at another day of scattered cloud cover and isolated rain as a weak low pressure system stalled out to our south slowly wobbles westward. We'll have our occasional peaks of sunshine, however the mainly overcast conditions paired with scattered precipitation will keep afternoon highs from climbing out of the mid to upper 70s later today. As that low moves over Illinois tonight, our northerly winds will shift southward. This will boost temperatures tomorrow and kick off a warming trend that will last into the beginning of the next work week. Afternoon high temperatures will climb back into the upper 80s and low 90s by next week. As for our rain chances, it looks like they'll be sticking around nearly the entire forecast. With the acceptation of Thursday evening and Friday, each day has at least a slim chance of shower or thunderstorms.
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