A chance of precipitation is still possible through mid-evening. The winds will shift to the west northwest and diminish tonight. The air mass behind the cold front is from the Pacific, so Monday will be milder with more sunshine. Monday morning and afternoon will be dry with highs in the mid-50s to lower 60s. Then a cold front will bring a slight chance of rain in the evening north of Interstate 80. The cold front will sag across the area Tuesday as high pressure spreads across the northern Great Lakes. Temperatures should reach the mid-50s to mid-60s away from the lake, near the lake around the mid-50s.