Like yesterday, isolated morning showers along the coast will drift inland, and later this afternoon most of the rain will be over the lake.
Partly cloudy skies are also in the forecast as well as windy conditions. We'll have a sustained onshore wind of 20 m.p.h. with gusts as high, if not higher, than 30.
Rain prospects will increase a wee bit on Memorial Day, but I still expect the bulk of the activity to stay inland.
Highs both today and tomorrow will be in the upper 80s.
With the wind picking up, the seas will too. Boating will get choppy by the end of the day, and the rip current risk will increase throughout the day too.
The rip current risk will be high both today and Memorial day, and boaters, we may have a small craft caution tomorrow as seas build to almost 6 feet.
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