With high pressure situated over Lake Huron tonight, our winds will be near calm.
This along with clear skies will allow us to see our second chilly night in a row.
Lows will drop into the upper 40s in most spots, with some cooler readings north of the Tri-Cities.
However, that high will slide further to the east tomorrow allowing us to pick up a southeasterly flow.
This flow -- along with that powerful June sunshine -- will allow our afternoon temperatures recover quickly to near 80.
That's a recovery of more than 30 from our morning low!
The warming trend will continue as we head into the weekend, but we'll also see a slight chance of storms return to the forecast.