A low pressure system and then a cold front both crossing through the Great Lakes region will keep scattered showers in the forecast and cool us down for the first part of the workweek.
Throughout the afternoon Saturday, a few showers have popped up. Weâ??ll see more rain overnight into Sunday, with possible thunderstorms. Low temperatures will only be down around 60 degrees with a southerly wind at 5-10mph.
Sunday will be a warm day with most highs in the mid 70s (a few of the northernmost areas will stay in the upper 60s, some of the southernmost counties will be around 80) and a westerly breeze at 5-15mph, with gusts in the mid 20s possible. Isolated showers are possible, but most will stay dry with some sunshine.
Monday will then be cooler - highs in the mid 60s to about 70 - with Tuesday being the coolest day of the week. Highs Tuesday will be well below normal with afternoon highs in the 50s to about 60. Even with a little sun, youâ??ll want to keep the umbrella handy both of those days as rain showers move through.
There is light at the end of the chilly tunnel! Weâ??ll start the temp rebound Wednesday, and also start to see more sunshine and highs back in the 70s to end the week.