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Overnight Update: Temperatures will continue to cool as skies clear out overnight. Expect morning temps to bottom out in the middle and upper 60s. Clouds will stay at a minimum Sunday with storms pushing further south. Expect a dry and hot Sunday but much less humidity. North winds will dominate Sunday, use your sunscreen but enjoy the weather!
5:30 p.m. Update: Temps have touched the 90s for the third day in a row. The heat is fueling another chance for storms this evening. Currently, a cluster of storms is pushing into western Ohio along a stalled cold front. Expect a brief downpour before sunset, best chances are closer to I-70 corridor. Expect a more comfortable evening as winds settle and humidity drops.
Morning clouds and light showers will clear by noon, followed by mostly sunny skies and highs near 90 degrees.
We're watching a cluster of thunderstorms over western Illinois. Right now, it appears these storms will move southeast along a stalled front and not impact our area, but that could change. Please check back for updates this afternoon.
I can't rule out the chance of a shower or thunderstorm tonight, but most areas will stay dry. Lows will be pleasant, in the mid-60s.
Sunday is my pick of the weekend! Highs will be cooler, in the upper 80s and humidity will be tolerable. As it stands right now, Sunday will be mainly dry.
The stationary front that has been hanging over the state will move north Monday, triggering a chance of scattered showers and thunderstorms. Our next (slight) chance of rain comes on Independence Day. We'll be watching it!
Temperatures hold steady near 90 degrees for much of next week.
If you're looking for weekend ideas, check out my weekend events guide . Have a great day!
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