Passing downpours gave many of us a brief soaking on Tuesday, but they were a necessary step onto better things.
With Tuesday evening's showers and storms out of the way, we're looking at a quiet and comfortable overnight period. The only bump in the road could come in the form of some patchy fog, due to the leftover moisture from the rain and cooling temperatures.
Lows will dip into the mid 50s with light and variable winds.
A sprawling high pressure system over the central United States will spread east into the Great Lakes on Wednesday. Any leftover fog will burn off quickly in the morning, paving the way for mostly sunny skies all the way through sunset.
High temps will remain right around average in the low 80s, with continued low humidity. Keep the air off, and enjoy the fresh air!
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