Monday will be filled with little sun, lots of clouds, and scattered showers and storms.
We'll see a few peeks of sun here and there and warm up into the 70s (mostly 60s in the E. U.P.), but a cold front coming through north to south will bring scattered rain and thunderstorms throughout the day.
As the front pushes southward, things will begin to clear out starting in the E. U.P. Monday night will be mainly clear for the northernmost counties, but partly to mostly cloudy for parts of the N. Lower, and we'll keep the chance of rain in the forecast for the Central Lower.
High pressure moves in giving us dry conditions and sunny skies for Tuesday and Wednesday, before the chance of rain and thunderstorms returns Thursday.