Skies clearing Sunday night, quiet weather to begin the work week
High pressure building into the Great Lakes will lead to gradual clearing - already mostly sunny skies in the eastern Upper this Sunday afternoon - for all of northern Michigan later Sunday evening and through the overnight. For many, the clearing skies combined with a geomagnetic storm from the sun will lead to a great possibility of seeing the Northern Lights Sunday night. Lows will be chilly, ranging from the mid 40s to the mid 50s.
Outside of a few midday clouds, Monday will be quiet, with mostly to partly sunny skies the general rule. Winds will be light, and with the July sun, temperatures will be in the mid to upper 70s. Some of the southern communities will make a run towards 80.
For Tuesday, more sunshine is expected with temperatures warming a few more degrees, ranging from the upper 70s to the middle 80s. The humidity will be on the increase, setting up for a warm and muggy day. Towards Tuesday evening, an approaching cold front will bring in the next chance for some showers.
The shower and thunderstorm chances continue into Wednesday, before another shot of high pressure returns to northern Michigan on Thursday.
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