good to see the stoke, obviously you got the BUG!!!! Yeah, Rocky's skills on the water are second to none, bet you had some good riding in Corpus, I hear it has been blowing like stink....
Not sure how familiar you are with Lake Michigan, but it is pretty damn cold this time of year...there are guys riding out there that's for sure, but it is imperative that you have the proper cold water gear and some fellow kiters at the beach with you. Personally I adhere to the 40/40 rule; air and water temps, and we are still a couple of weeks away from that. It's the swim in that can kill you, so SAFETY FIRST!!!!
That being said, Sunday the winds are forecast to be 10-15 SSW....There may be some guys who will try to kite Waukeegan, but it may be a bit offshore; don't be surprised to see guys try to kite in those conditions, there are those who push their luck. However it is highly unsafe to kite in offshore conditions this time of the year!! Wolf Lake is an advanced spot, but some intermediates try to kite there on a SSW; use discretion when kiting there, it is a "tight" launch with sometimes "gusty" winds. St Joe and South Haven, in Michigan, look to be light on Sunday, and there is still intermittent ice floating on that side of the BIG LAKE. The Madison lakes can be real good on a SSW, but it looks light out there as well....you can always check the kiteriders site for Madison conditions and riding spots.
If you are not familiar with Waukeegan, you could make the drive to familiarize yourself with the beach, and perhaps meet some other kiters. Who knows, maybe the conditions will be good. IF, you are thinking about going kiting on Lake Michigan anytime soon, you need at least a 5/4 wetsuit, hood, 5mm ankle high booties, and 3mm gloves...some kiters prefer thicker gloves and booties in the Spring. DO NOT deceive yourself into minimizing the dangers involved in COLD WATER kiting, this ain't Corpus. Good to have the stoke, just have some respect for the conditions as well.....have fun, keep it safe, and welcome aboard!!