Thunderstorms will roll through northern Michigan Tuesday night.
Several counties were under severe thunderstorm warnings and some areas reported golf ball size hail.
More clouds and rain showers on Wednesday. Thunderstorms may develop in spots. They'll be embedded in the passing rain. Temperatures will range from the 40s in the Upper Peninsula to 60s south of Cadillac. Wind will come from the east 5-15 miles per hour.
Thursday will be about the same. Cloudy...at times wet. The chance for thunderstorms is smaller...so that's less of a threat. The wind will be 5-15 mph from the south or southwest. Most of the highs all across northern Michigan will stay in the 40s. That's chilly for the first day of May. Normally highs would be in the lower 60s this time of year.
Friday...more rain showers coming thru...and more daytime highs in the 40s.