The low pressure that has caused all of our cloudiness today is edging it's way eastward of Lake Huron. A stationary front is in place over the straits, across Wisconsin and Minnesota, to a low pressure system in Canada. That low will pass Monday night/Tuesday, taking the front with it and touching off a few flurries for the northernmost areas. Another system will bring scattered light snow to the northern counties again on Wednesday.
Tonight we're looking at lows inland and in the E. U.P. in the single digits, elsewhere a lot of teens, few low twenties. Winds will shift overnight from the north to the southwest, and be around 5-15mph.
For your Monday, we'll see a lot of sunshine, but bundle up! Highs will be in the thirties, but wind chills will have it feeling more like zero or a bit below-especially near lakeshores. Winds will be out of the SSW at a steady 20-30mph, gusts around 45mph. Because of this, there is a wind advisory in effect for Luce County from 8am-5pm Monday. There is a small craft advisory in effect until 10pm Monday, and a gale warning for Lake Superior and Lake Michigan from 5am-10pm Monday.
As we head further into the workweek we'll see temperatures warm up, and we're bringing in clouds and a chance for rain Thursday night into Saturday due to highs around 40 degrees.