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What an afternoon! As we head into tonight, it will turn out partly cloudy and seasonably cold. We're forecasting lows in the middle and upper 20s. Friday won't be as warm, but it still looks nice. You can expect mostly to partly sunny skies, a gusty wind and highs near 40.

Another storm system will arrive for the weekend. With a track to our northwest through the Great Lakes, we'll be on the warmer side. Saturday's morning sunshine will give way to clouds by the afternoon. Rain showers are likely later in the day, but could start out as a mix in spots. Saturday's highs will be in the lower 40s. 

Rain will continue Saturday night into Sunday morning. Some showers may linger through the afternoon. Sunday looks much warmer with temperatures ranging from the upper 40s to the middle 50s. Perhaps the bigger weather story Sunday into Monday will be the wind. Strong, gusty winds may shake the house, toss around loose objects and cause power outages.

Temperatures will drop early next week. Monday and Tuesday will offer us highs in the 30s. The wind will stay strong Monday, but should relax Tuesday.

Another weaker system could get here Wednesday with rain and snow showers.

Click back here and watch Eyewitness News for updates on your weather forecast.

--Chief Meteorologist Josh Hodell


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