The further north you are, the more sun you'll see, and the further south, the better chance for rain.
Although high pressure will keep the majority of us dry and seeing some sunshine, rain is in the forecast for parts of the L.P. Wednesday. A low pressure system tracking through the Ohio Valley will bring scattered showers throughout the morning and afternoon for the southernmost counties - mainly the Central Lower. This system will also touch off more southern Michigan cloud cover during the day.
Temperatures Wednesday will be mild - in the mid 60s to low 70s with a NW wind at 5-15mph. Winds will be northerly overnight at 5-10mph, with mostly clear skies - allowing overnight lows to range from the upper 30s (inland and E. U.P.) to low 40s (Northern Lower) and mid 40s to around 50 (Central Lower).
Thursday will be beautiful as high pressure totally takes over again, with plenty of blue skies and highs around 70 degrees. Friday will bring a few more clouds and maybe a few sprinkles in the E. U.P., but widespread rain doesn't look to arrive until the weekend.