Northern Michigan's next weather system will move in for the start of the workweek.
High pressure is in place for Sunday just north of Michigan in Canada. This will give us light winds, some sunshine, and a chance to dry out a bit. Highs will mainly be in the 40s.
Things change heading into the workweek, however. Airflow on the back side of the high pressure moving east will be joined by southerly winds from an approaching warm front. This will allow for most of the day to be dry, but breezy - so get all that leaf-raking done Sunday! Winds will be out of the south Monday at 10-20mph, with gusts near 30mph. The good news with the warm front is that temps will be up around 50 degrees.
Monday evening into the late night some scattered showers enter the region, and continue Tuesday. Rain is likely Wednesday, but afternoon highs in the low 50s stick around thanks to another warm front.
We cool back down into the 40s starting Thursday, but sunny skies make a return for the end of the week.