Today’s weather story from the National Weather Service:
Cloudy and cold day
(May 19, 2015) – Low clouds will stream in from the northwest this morning as colder air continues to arrive. The combination of these features plus a northwest wind will bring a cold day by mid May standards with highs in many places struggling through the 50s. Locations along the lake shore will be coolest with areas along and south of US-24 seeing the warmest conditions. Increased wave heights are expected along the southeastern shores of Lake Michigan, bringing a high risk for rip currents through this afternoon. This combined with water temperatures around 50 degrees will make for dangerous conditions for anyone brave enough to venture into the lake. Clearing skies and diminishing winds will bring a cold night to the area with lows in the upper 30s to around 40 in most locations. Some patchy frost is possible, mainly across northeastern Indiana into portions of southern Lower Michigan.