High pressure will settle over the Great Lakes and plenty of sunshine is expected. Despite the colder start, temperatures will be on the rise into the upper-60s by the afternoon. It will be a great day to enjoy the outdoors with your pets! Tonight will be a chilly night with temperatures falling into the upper-30s, but no frost is expected overnight. The warming trend and dry conditions will continue over the weekend. Temperatures will start in the upper-70s Saturday followed by the lower-80s on Sunday. Memorial Day will be dry and warm whether you are attending a parade or ceremony. Highs will be in the mid-80s with mostly sunny skies. Tuesday's temperatures will continue to rise into the upper-80s with similar temperatures on Wednesday. Clouds will increase by Wednesday where we are looking at partly sunny skies. Thursday will be unseasonably warm with highs around 90 under partly sunny skies. As the temperatures continue to warm, remember to take frequent breaks if you are outside for a long period and keep hydrated!