Northern Michigan will see some sunshine Sunday, but rain is in the forecast for most of the week.
Low pressure is coming together in the plains, and will slowly move across the Great Lakes region this week.
Skies began to clear out Saturday evening, and just a few clouds will continue to hang around overnight into Sunday. This will allow temps to drop in the 20s with a northeasterly wind at 5-10mph.
Sunday will be the day to get outside with lots of sun, and most stay dry the entire day. There may be a bit more cloud cover and a few sprinkles in the early afternoon along the Lake Michigan side. Afternoon highs will be in the 50s with an east wind at 5-15mph, with gusts into the 20s along the lakeshore.
Winds pick up heading into Monday, staying easterly but at 10-30mph with gusts in the mid 30s. Rain showers move across the area throughout the day, and will stay with us. Highs Monday and Tuesday will be in the 50s, with scattered showers and possible thunderstorms later in the day Tuesday.
We'll continue to see cloud cover and scattered showers through the remainder of the week, with highs mainly staying in the 40s. Normal highs for this time of year would be in the low 60s.