More storms will move through Michigan to start the workweek.
Low pressure is located in Canada Sunday afternoon, with a cold front stretching across the Midwest. After causing showers and storms Sunday morning, the front is moving towards Michigan, where it will weaken and die out late Sunday night.
It will be replaced by another front quickly, which will become stationary across the L.P. while low pressure tracks along it, in from the plains.
Sunday night will be another mild one, with temps remaining in the 60s for most. We may have some patchy fog form, so keep that in mind for the commute Monday morning. It will lead to highs Monday once again in the 70s and 80s â?? hot and humid.
Scattered showers and storms will remain in the forecast throughout Monday. Low pressure will move into Wisconsin Monday night, crossing through the U.P. into Tuesday morning.
Weâ??re watching these storms Monday and Monday night as some of them could be strong â?? the Storm Prediction Center has placed some of our viewing area under a slight risk for severe weather for Monday. Areas included are from a line near Manistee towards Saginaw and southward. The main threats look to be heavy rain, lots of lightning, damaging winds and large hail, but as always with a slight risk â?? a tornado is possible.
Tuesday weâ??ll be on the backside of this system, so scattered rain will stay in the forecast into Wednesday, when another cold front moves through Michigan. Wednesday and Thursday will be cooler, with highs in the mid and upper 60s to around 70 degrees. Thursday does look to be dry.
We then look to warm back into the 70s and see plenty of sunshine in time for the Fourth of July â?? so get ready to fire up those grills!
Weâ??ll continue to keep you updated on-air and online, especially during periods of severe weather.