High Saturday reached 85-91 with highs Sunday at 81-88.
Heat indices Saturday reached as high as 98, but the humidity dropped Sunday with a nice northwest to north-northwest wind at 10-25 mph.
Any storms Saturday evening were confined to Illinois & then just northeast of the viewing area toward Fort Wayne. They weakened & diminished as they moved eastward due to warmer temperatures aloft (not a steep enough lapse rate).
Other severe weather reports were from southern Michigan (1" hail) & northwestern Illinois (trees & powerlines down in Jo Daviess County).
Cold front & shortwave will pivot through Monday morning & Monday afternoon with partly to mostly cloudy skies. A few spotty showers are possible morning to midday, then a few spotty showers/t'showers are possible in the afternoon with 20-30% coverage.
Highs will run 79-85 (Monday a.m. lows 59-65) with a west to southwest wind becoming north & increasing to 15-25 mph.
Any risk of an isolated severe storm or much t'storm action will be southeast & east of the area.
The weather looks good Tuesday-Friday, just warmer & more humid late week.
Tuesday looks bright with highs 77-82 with lows Tuesday night 50-56 after morning lows 54-59.
Wednesday should continue to be mostly sunny with highs 80-85 & lows 52-58, followed by 85-90 Thursday (lows 58-64.
Friday will turn more humid with 85-91.
A few storms are possible Saturday-Sunday with more widespread storms & some severe risk (MARGINAL to SLIGHT RISK paremeters) later Sunday. Highs of 88-92 are likely with lows 67-72.
After a brief cool-down, we should quickly turn hot & humid after that.