Look for increasing cloudiness with late day rain and highs around 60, cooler 40s to around 50 lakefront, as an easterly wind brings in cooler air off the water.
Rain continues overnight with a cool and raw day to kick off May on Sunday. We'll see scattered showers and sprinkles with highs only topping out around 50. A gusty northerly wind and a lot of clouds will help keep temperatures down, well below our normal of the low 60s for this time of year.
In fact the first week of May will be cooler than normal with additional chances for rain Wednesday and Thursday. - KG
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