Saturday. A 40 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms, mainly before 2 p.m. Expect partly cloudy to mostly sunny skies on Friday.
Rain will become heavier overnight into Friday morning, with downpours in spots.
The warmest day all week will be at the end of the work week before the weekend really gets started.
Scattered showers on Wednesday will taper off by mid-morning, leaving the area with mostly cloudy skies and isolated showers for the afternoon. High temperatures will be warmer and near 80 degrees. Most of the rain should hold off until later in the day or at night.
Tonight - Mostly cloudy, with a low around 54. The day will be cloudy, with some scattered light rain or drizzle possible. Temperatures will swell to highs in the upper 70s and lower 80s amid balmy south breezes mainly 10 miles per hour.
Saturday - Partly sunny, with a high near 71. Some guidance models keep us completely dry, but other models bring showers into the state.
The chance of rain comes down just a little bit and temperatures drop back into the low 80s.
Sunday night - A chance of showers.
The lakefront could be chilly, particularly on Saturday, and there could be rain showers throughout the weekend, said Ben Deubelbeiss, a National Weather Service meteorologist.
Northwest wind at 5-10 miles per hour. High: Mid-upper 60s.
Clouds will move out on Thursday as we begin to dry out with highs staying below normal in the mid to upper 70s.
Sunday our rain chances increase. Heavy rainfall is also a threat where some areas could see a quick 0.25 to 0.50 inch of rain with higher amounts in training t-storms. Showers and thunderstorms could return for part of the weekend. Tomorrow will again feature plenty of clouds and even some peeks of afternoon sunshine with highs again in the 70s.