Gorgeous summer day Sunday, temperatures warming near normal
Lingering showers generally confined E of US-131 and S of M-72 throughout Saturday will be quick to dissipate as the evening progresses. High pressure is building into northern Michigan, where clear skies have been working in a north to south fashion throughout the day, and will continue this evening and tonight. For Saturday night, mostly clear skies are expected for most - the only exception will be some leftover mid-level clouds working into the Upper Peninsula and along the Lake Michigan shoreline. Low temperatures will be a tad chilly, ranging from the mid 40s to the mid 50s.
Sunday, high pressure will continue to be in control with mostly sunny skies expected. Almost all areas will stay quiet throughout the entire day with high temperatures between the mid 70s to lower 80s. The only spot that may see a shower is towards the interior of the eastern Upper, where converging lake breezes will lead to an isolated chance in the afternoon. This will be the exception, rather than the rule though.
A few more clouds expected on Monday, but most stay quiet and dry again. A weak mid-level disturbance will lead to possible afternoon/evening thundershowers east of I-75, but once again, this will be the exception rather than the rule. Temperatures generally in the upper 70s to near 80 degrees.
High pressure returns on Tuesday into the first part of Wednesday, before the next significant rain maker arrives later in the day Wednesday and into Thursday.
-Meteorologist Blake Hansen