Multiple weather systems keep rain in the forecast beginning Wednesday.
A weak upper level disturbance is moving across the Great Lakes, and is touching off some cloud cover and light rain showers over northern Michigan.
The majority of the rain will impact the northernmost counties, but even in the L.P. you'll want to keep the umbrella handy. Rain showers will be scattered and light, and won't ruin your day - in fact, many won't register more than a trace on the rain gage.
Our warming trend continues with highs in the upper 60s to mid 70s Wednesday, winds out of the south at 5-20mph.
Thursday will be the warmest day of the week with many places up in the 80s! A warm front pushing through is the cause for the summer-like feel, but it also keeps rain and storms in the forecast.
The chance for storms is particularly likely Thursday night, but at this time none are expected to become severe. A cold front comes through Friday, so we'll see scattered rain and storms continue.
Friday brings a bit of a cool down with temps around 70, and the weekend will bring afternoon highs closer to 60. Although there's a slight chance of rain Saturday, the first day of fall (Sunday) looks to be dry and full of sunshine!