We really are in need of a strong weather system/cold front to move throrugh with some wind and flushing rains to stir things up in the Western Basin of Lake Erie. Unfortunately nothing like that is headed our way anytime soon.
Patchy, early morning fog gives way to mostly sunny skies by mid-morning. Skies become partly cloudy by lunch time and hazy this afternoon as humidity builds and highs climb into the mid 80's. We will likely see some isolated thunderstorms develop with localized downpours.
The thundershowers gradually fade this evening and overnight. Skies become mostly cloudy by daybreak with overnight lows falling to near 60 degrees.
Tuesday looks to be a little more active as a weak wave moves thorugh. Skies will be mostly cloudy and that will cap afternoon highs into the lower 80's for most. Showers and storms will be more widespread during the afternoon, scattered in nature - but, again not anything that will kick up any big winds and stir things up in the Western Basin of Lake Erie.
We should see some isolated showers through mid-day Wednesday before high pressure builds in and clears our skies out during the afternoon hours. We will be cooler and very comfortable by late in the day after mid-afternoon highs in the upper 70's.
The end of the work week looks sunny and comfortable as skies will be mostly sunny Thursday and Friday with highs near 80 degrees. The upcoming weekend looks partly cloudy with seasonable highs in the lower 80's.