Northern Michigan will have a nice end to Saturday before more rain and storms return.
High pressure in place will keep skies clear overnight - letting most lows drop into the 30s. Winds will also lighten - we'll lose the gusts and keep winds southerly at 5-10mph.
Scattered rain showers then begin Sunday and continue into Monday and Tuesday. Sunday won't be a total washout, and we'll see some breaks in the clouds throughout the day, but keep the umbrella handy if you're headed out to celebrate Mother's Day. Afternoon highs Sunday will be in the 60s to low 70s.
Rain, and possibly a thunderstorm, become more likely heading into Sunday evening, overnight through Monday, and also Tuesday as a cold front passes.
After a break Wednesday, we'll put rain back in the forecast to end the week as another low pressure system moves into Canada just east of the Great Lakes. That will also put highs back in the 50s into next weekend.