Tonight’s weather story from the National Weather Service:
Rain to end by midnight, partly cloudy and cool after
(September 12, 2015) – Lake effect rain is expected to continue south of Lake Michigan into tonight as the rain in the eastern part of the County Warning Area(CWA) ends by midnight. Areas outside of the lake effect rain will see decreasing cloudiness tonight, allowing temperatures to drop into the lower to middle 40s. On Sunday the high pressure will be centered more south of the CWA which will turn the lake effect rain more eastward of Lake Michigan. The rain is expected to end by noon as the CWA is partly cloudy to mostly sunny with highs in the upper 60s to 70.