A passing cold front and low pressure system will bring rain to northern Michigan.
Although Saturday was beautiful thanks to high pressure, that's now pushed off the to east. Our next system, a cold front, will make it's way across Michigan throughout the day Sunday.
Rain will begin in the morning for the northernmost counties, then spread southward as the front crosses through towards the south.
As the system passes, we'll see winds shift as well - from the west to become more northerly. High temperatures will remain around 60 degrees.
Rain may be heavy at times, and some locations may pick up half an inch of rainfall by the time this system has moved through.
Showers look to wind down around dinner time, and things clear out in the later evening as high pressure builds in.
Monday and Tuesday will be full of sunshine with our next chance of rain arriving Wednesday.