A warm front is passing through our region right now triggering showers and thunderstorms which will track eastward through the evening hours.
There could be some very heavy downpours, high winds, and hail as a moister air mass enters the Great Lakes and Upper Midwest.
A second round of showers could pop up toward morning tomorrow before we enter the warm sector with sunshine returning along with readings popping past 80 degrees Tuesday and Wednesday. This period also will feel like Summer as dew points surge into the soupier 60s.
Low pressure in the Plains should track toward us and trigger even stronger showers and thunderstorms late Wednesday into Wednesday night with winds really ramping up through Thursday.
A dramatic downturn in temperatures looks set to follow the midweek storm system. In fact, readings may not get out of the 50s by Friday.