Most will have a gorgeous day, but the E. U.P. may see a few passing rain showers for Sunday.
High pressure moving through Illinois and eastward Saturday will give us quiet weather Saturday night, and for most of us Sunday.
After a night of temps in the 20s and mostly clear skies, Sunday afternoon highs will be in the 40s to mid 50s across northern Michigan. We'll have plenty of sunshine for the L.P., but the northernmost counties (mainly the E. U.P., but don't rule out the straits area too) will see more clouds throughout the day. The E. U.P. and tip of the mitt may see a passing rain shower as well thanks to a weak cold front lingering north- that chance will stay throughout the day so grab the umbrella in the morning and keep it with you. Sunday night will bring lows around 30 degrees, with a slight chance of rain staying north.
Monday will bring our next cold front through, which will touch off scattered rain showers throughout the area. Not everyone will see rain, but you may have to dodge a few drops here and there. Highs Monday will still be in the 40s to around 50, but we will cool down to upper 30s and low 40s for Tuesday.
We dry out for Tuesday and Wednesday and see some sun, with Thursday bringing our next chance of rain.