The wetter than normal spring will see more rain in the forecast at times this week.
Although Memorial Day Weekend was spectacular from a weather standpoint, the arrival of a warm front along with warmer and more humid air will set the stage for some rain along with thunderstorms at times. That warm front will lift through Tuesday during the day before moving north of the area.
Clusters of showers/storms will lift across Northern Michigan during Tuesday. While the severe weather risk is fairly low, any storms could drop very heavy rain along with some small hail. By late Tuesday night, rain/storms will come to an end with patchy fog developing.
Wednesday and Thursday will be a lot warmer with high temperatures well into the 70's and even a few 80's. There will be a lot less chance for a storm both days as any storms will require some sort of trigger which will be lacking except perhaps along lake breezes or very subtle disturbances passing through.
Late in the week, a powerful cold front will sweep in with thunderstorms returning Friday into early Saturday. Temperatures will fall with highs late next weekend/early next week only in the 60's.