We expect the weather to remain quiet into the first half of the day on Saturday. By the afternoon hours, clouds will thicken and lower, and there may be a passing shower or two. The higher risk for wet weather will be late Saturday into Saturday night. In the wake of a warm front, temperatures will rise into the lower 50s late at night.
The big weather story Sunday will be the wind. A powerful storm system will cross the Great Lakes, and the result will be wind gusts of 55-60 mph from midday on. Some weak trees may topple, and power outages will be a possibility into Sunday night. Temperatures will plunge in the afternoon hours, and there may be some flurries around before the afternoon is through.
Although wind gusts will not be as high on Monday, it will still be blustery and cold despite some sunshine.