After more showers and storms, Monday will turn out to be gorgeous before rain chances return.
As of Sunday afternoon, low pressure is to the north of Minnesota with a cold front draped across Minnesota towards Nebraska. It will move eastward across Michigan Sunday night, turning our scattered showers Sunday afternoon into more widespread rain and thunderstorms.
The Storm Prediction Center has now included the Northern Lower and Central Lower, and the westernmost edge of the Eastern Upper Peninsula in a slight risk for severe weather. The main threats for storms Sunday night will be high winds, large hail, heavy rain, and frequent lightning â?? and an isolated tornado canâ??t be ruled out.
Weâ??ll continue to keep you updated as storms develop.
Behind the passing cold front, Monday looks great â?? plenty of sunshine and highs in the mid 70s.
Another low pressure system will pass through the Great Lakes region Tuesday, followed by another cold front Wednesday, so expect the chance of rain to re-enter the forecast late Monday and stay through Tuesday also.
Tuesday and Wednesday will be cooler with highs around 70 degrees. Temps then rebound and we see more sun to end the workweek.