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    Unusually Cool Sunday in Chicago, Detroit, Green Bay

    By newsstory
    July 30, 2013, 12:44:52 AM EDT

    Unseasonably cool temperatures will grip the Great Lakes once again on Sunday with forecast highs more representative of autumn than late July.

    AccuWeather.com meteorologists are forecasting high temperatures to only reach the 60s once again Sunday with some locations in northern Wisconsin and Upper Michigan not getting out of the 50s.

    On Saturday, several cities busted their records for the coolest high temperature on that date.

    City, State
    Saturday's High
    Old Record, Year
    Chicago, Ill.
    65 degrees
    69, 1981
    Minneapolis, Minn.
    64 degrees
    65, 1991
    Eau Claire, Wis.
    60 degrees
    65, 1981
    Rochester, Minn.
    61 degrees
    64, 1981
    Green Bay, Wis.
    62 degrees
    67, 1915, 1925 and 1928

    In fact, it was warmer across interior Alaska on Saturday than it was in the Great Lakes. Fairbanks rose to 81 degrees, which for them is 10 degrees above normal.

    The reason for this bout of unseasonably cool weather is an area of low pressure spinning over the region.


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    It is helping to draw down cooler air from Canada and is also aiding the production of clouds and showers.

    In addition, it will be rough going for those looking to get out on the water on Sunday. Dangerous currents will make swimming quite hazardous on the Great Lakes.

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    The risk is small for waterspouts, but one or two are possible. Boaters may find waters a bit choppy.

    Saturday afternoon, New Buffalo Police Chief Larry Pitchford confirmed to AccuWeather.com that a 15-year-old young male got caught in a public beach at New Buffalo, Mich., along the shores of Lake Michigan. He was pulled from the water and eventually airlifted to Chicago.

    The young male was pronounced dead that evening.


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    Low pressure will exit the region on Monday and allow for sunshine and warmer temperatures. It will be quite comfortable on Monday and Tuesday with highs in the 70s to low 80s.

    Story by AccuWeather.com Meteorologist Mike Doll

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