A cool Canadian high pressure system has settled in overhead, giving us clear skies, light winds and a high somewhere in the mid 70s this afternoon. The dew point temperature has been in the mid 30s since yesterday afternoon. That's about as dry as the air can get around here in mid-June and it should lead to another cool night with a low in the upper 50s.

Tomorrow's weather is expected to be much more active as a low pressure system moves across the Great Lakes, pushing first a warm front and then a cold front across our area. The warm front will pass sometime in the morning. Once it does, look for the temperature and humidity, especially the humidity, to climb. Saturday's high will be in the muggy upper 70s to lower 80s. The trailing cold front will act like a plow and churn that unstable air tomorrow afternoon, making it likely that we will see showers or thunderstorms. Some of those thunderstorms could be severe, with gusty winds and small hail, especially west of the city.

The cold front will pass late Saturday night. There is little moisture in the air mass behind the front and we should see mostly sunny skies from Sunday well into next week. Sunday is expected to be breezy with a high in the upper 70s, which is normal for mid-June. Daily highs look to reach the upper 70s to low 80s all next week.