We enter the final days of spring with a fantastic stretch of weather as temperatures will remain comfortable with very little rain in the short term forecast.
The main player in the weather Monday is a cold front that is sagging south. Behind this front, winds have shifted and will continue to shift out of a northerly direction. That front will be the trigger for a few very widely scattered showers and thunderstorms Monday. The most likely spots to see any rain would be along/south of highway M-72 Monday closer to our cold front dropping across the area. Any showers/thunderstorms will end by mid-Monday evening.
There will be a big temperature difference Monday across the region with low/mid-60's over the Eastern U.P. with upper-70's along/south of highway US-10.
High pressure will anchor itself right over the Upper Great Lakes much of this week leading to sun filled days with low humidity and high temperatures in the 70's. The weather will get a little more active by next weekend with a warm front sweeping in more humidity and warmer temperatures. A few thunderstorms are possible next weekend as well.