Northern Michigan will see scattered showers and storms later Saturday and into Sunday.
Although high pressure has been in control over the Great Lakes region for a few days, rain will begin to show up on radar Saturday afternoon and evening. Showers will be scattered at first, and you may hear a rumble of thunder also. They will become more widespread in the late night, and stay with us through the first part of Sunday as a cold front passes through and exits eastward.
Winds Sunday will be out of the north at 10-20mph, with gusts to 25mph.
Sunday evening we look to dry out and see some sunshine - and most will have no issues grilling out for dinner or going for a sunset walk.
It will turn cooler behind the front - it'll take the 70s and 80s we saw Saturday afternoon and turn them into 60s and 70s to end the weekend.
As high pressure builds back in, we'll see the return of dry conditions and sun with temps around 70 for Monday, and we're back into the mid 70s and low 80s Tuesday.
Rain chances then return Tuesday night for the Central Lower and across northern Michigan for Wednesday.