The relatively cool and quiet weather pattern will continue for the foreseeable future.
Looking at the week ahead, very little rain is forecasted although today (Monday) will be the most likely day for a shower or thunderstorm to pass through.
A weak cold front will drop through Michigan Monday leading to scattered showers and perhaps a rumble or two of thunder as that boundary interacts with some moisture in place along with some daytime heating. Severe weather is not expected and not every single spot will see rain.
Any showers/isolated thunderstorms will end Monday evening with an almost autumn like forecast as high pressure builds in leading to sunny days along with cool/clear nights starting Tuesday through next weekend.
Temperatures both Tuesday and Wednesday will struggle to get to 70F with many upper-60's expected. We do rebound back into the mid/upper-70's by next weekend.