Multiple systems trekking across the Great Lakes region will keep rain, and introduce wintry mix, into the forecast.
Although select few locations saw a couple flurries in with the rain this past week, many more of us will see wintry mix over the next coming week.
Low pressure and its cold front will cross through Michigan Sunday, and we welcome another Monday morning. Stuck in a trough, the midwest will see much cooler air filter it's way in.
Sunday will bring afternoon highs once again near 50 degrees, with a decent amount of cloud cover and scattered showers passing through. It will be the mildest day of the week.
Monday brings breezy westerly winds at 10-20mph, gusting to 30mph, and more scattered rain. However, Monday evening and overnight. as temps drop, the E. U.P. and inland areas can expect a change-over to wintry mix.
This will be the case Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday as well. Highs will remain in the low and mid 40s, lows around 30 degrees - clouds & rain during the day, but more flurries than rain for some of the higher terrain areas overnight.
So when do we finally dry out? Looks to be into next weekend when we finally see a return of more sunshine and drier weather.