High pressure moving into the Great Lakes will give the region a stretch of pleasant weather.
A passing cold front is exiting eastward, which will bring an end to the lake effect showers we're seeing Saturday evening.
High pressure moves in for the first day of Fall on Sunday - clearing out our skies. We will see some patchy frost in the morning, and then warm up to mid 50s and low 60s. Winds will be out of the northwest at 5-15mph.
Frosty conditions make a return Sunday night with lows dipping into the 30s. We start a bit of a warming trend Monday, as highs are mainly in the mid 60s. Mid and upper 60s are across the area for Tuesday, and 70s start to appear in the forecast come Wednesday.
Sunny skies continue Sunday through the entire week, and our next chance of rain looks to come around late Friday.