A couple of passing systems keep rain in the forecast into Tuesday.
We have a low pressure system making its way in from the plains. It will cross over Chicago and into the Ohio Valley/southern Michigan area. We also have a cold front that will cross from north to south across Michigan. These two systems will keep rain chances in the forecast for our viewing area into Tuesday.
High temperatures Monday will be in the 70s, and as we head overnight there will be a small chance of a passing shower, but most will be dry with partly cloudy skies. There is another chance after midnight Monday night to see the meteor shower. With low temperatures around 50 degrees - it'll be another night to have the blanket with you if you'll be sitting outside for star-gazing!
Although there will be more scattered showers during the earlier part of the day Tuesday, high pressure will move in and we'll remain dry for the rest of the week. We'll start a bit of a more summer-like feel towards the end of the week as highs look to get back into the mid and upper 70s.