High pressure is overhead and will keep us sunny and dry through Saturday. That means we continue to build a rain deficit that already exceeds 2 inches.
Temperatures along the lake will be a bit cooler Wednesday, thanks to northeasterly winds. Highs will range from the upper 60s near the lake to the mid 70s inland.
By Thursday, high pressure moves east of us allowing surface winds to shift out of the south. This begins the warming trend as highs get back into the 80s once again.
By Father's Day weekend, things really heat up with highs near 90 and an increase in the humidity.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny with highs near 75, but cooler by the Lake and lows near 57.
Thursday: Sunny with highs near 81 and lows near 62.
Friday: Sunny with highs near 88 and lows near 66.
Saturday: Partly sunny, hot and humid with highs near 92 and lows near 70.
Sunday: Partly sunny, hot and humid chance of an isolated shower. Highs near 90 and lows near 72.