Northern Michigan will see more scattered showers to start the workweek.
Low pressure is located to the north of Michigan Sunday evening, its cold front draped across the Northern Lower. The front will become stationary until another low pressure system from the plains kicks it eastward Monday afternoon. Because of these systems, we'll continue to see light rain until late Monday, and for a few, Tuesday.
Rain will remain scattered throughout the area overnight into Monday morning. Patchy fog is also possible for the morning commute. The E. U.P. has the best chance for seeing sun Monday, while more cloud cover will stick around for the L.P. Rain chances go through the day, with possible thunderstorms in the Central Lower. Afternoon highs Monday will be mild - up into the 50s and 60s.
Rain winds down late-night Monday, but on the backside of the system we may see some hit and miss showers on the Lake Huron side/E. U.P. Tuesday.
Cloud cover will diminish from west to east Tuesday, but although we'll see some sun highs will stay in the 40s with a breezy NW wind (10-20mph, gusts in the 30s).
Wednesday will be filled with blue skies before rain returns Thursday.