Nicer weather is coming just in time for "Solar Eclipse Hangover Day!"
Higher pressure is building into our region. This means less heat, humidity, and cloud cover. You'll really notice its effects starting this afternoon.
With drier air, it gets more comfortable and then temperatures start to drop, especially at night. By the time we get to Thursday morning, expect low temperatures in the low to mid 40s, mainly away from the lakeside communities.
We keep it quiet through the week. There is a chance for showers and thunder by Sunday, as it stands now, but it doesn't look overly impressive at least now.
So did you see the eclipse on Monday? We've gotten some great photos. We invite you to send your pics at firstname.lastname@example.org or download them via our weather mobile app.