High pressure has moved into the Great Lakes region, giving us a nice second half of the weekend.
Thanks to a cold front exiting the area Saturday, cooler and drier Canadian air has been blowing into northern Michigan.
As high pressure takes over, expect lots of sunshine and highs in the 70s Sunday. There will be a little bit of a breeze, especially along the lakeshores, out of the easterly direction. There is also a very slight chance of rain in the early afternoon - most stay dry and those beach plans have nothing to fear!
A warm front will push through the area Monday, bringing us our next chance of rain late Sunday night. Rain chances continue throughout the day Monday, and we may also get a thunderstorm. Temperatures will be up near 80 degrees again as winds bring up hot and humid air from the south.
Come Tuesday, low pressure will pass to the north into Canada, and it's cold front passes - cooling us down to about 70 degrees and touching off more scattered showers.
Dry weather does return for the mid-week, along with the sunshine.