It will be another day with temperatures across Northern Michigan more reminiscent of late September instead of early/mid-July.
The combination of abundant cloudiness and northwest winds will prevent much warming Wednesday with temperatures once again stuck in the low/mid-60's, well short of the upper-70's/low-80's that are more typical for this time of year. There will also be a few lighter showers that develop into the afternoon hours. Rain showers though will be much more "scattered" and not nearly as widespread with a little more sunshine peeking through at times.
Gorgeous weather returns Thursday/Friday as high pressure will take up residence across the area with a nice showing of July sunshine along with a slow rise in temperatures. We will cross back into the low/mid-70's Thursday with mid/upper-70's Friday along with dry weather.
We could end up seeing a few hit/miss showers or thunderstorms into the weekend, but there not be widespread rain with 70's in the forecast.