As low pressure exits the area and high pressure moves in, we'll get a break from the rain.
Low pressure over the thumb Saturday evening will move into Canada overnight into Sunday. This will keep scattered showers in our area for the first part of the day Sunday - so keep the umbrella handy if you're headed out to church or running errands.
Heading later into the day Sunday, we'll have more sunshine and things will quiet down as high pressure moves in. Afternoon highs will be in the mid 40s to low 50s with winds out of the NW at 5-15mph, with gusts along the lakeshore into the 20s.
As lows overnight into Monday drop into the 20s and 30s, some will wake up to patchy frost Monday morning. Monday we will see some sunshine and almost everyone will be in the 50s. We see sunny skies continue Tuesday before our next system approaches.
The warm front arrives first Wednesday, bringing most of us up into the 60s, and some low 70s Thursday, but also brings our next rounds of rain. We may also see some thunderstorms Wednesday and Thursday.