Get used to it!
Another in a line of Canadian high pressure systems is settling into the Great Lakes region and will offer another stretch of days featuring unseasonably cool temps. It's been an upper level atmospheric pattern that has been with us for weeks and that doesn't appear to be going away anytime soon.
The cold air moving in a loft will create some clouds early but those should erode this afternoon with skies becoming partly cloudy. It will become a little bit breezy with winds out of the northwest at 10 - 20 MPH and highs will max out a good 10 degrees below what we typically see in mid-August and only get into the lower 70's.
Overnight skies will become mostly clear and it will get downright chilly by daybreak Wednesday - in the upper 40's and lower 50's. Expect plenty of sunshine tomorrow with highs again in the lower 70's.
As we march towards the weekend we'll be seeing the sunshine stick around and afternoon highs gradually warming back towards seasonal norms (lower 80's) for the end of the weekend.
It doesn't look like there's rain in the forecast for about the next week - so pitch that umbrella into the closet, break out the shades and enjoy the sunshine and refreshing temps with us through about next Tuesday.