A passing cold front will bring scattered showers and storms for the second half of the weekend.
A stationary front that touched off storms Friday is now in the Ohio Valley. Sunday morning it will start to shift northward as a weak warm front, but will die out and be overtaken by a stronger system before getting too far. Low pressure will move eastward across Lake Superior and into Canada Sunday, it's accompanying cold front swinging across Michigan heading into Monday.
We will see some sunshine and some clouds throughout the day Sunday, but expect the rain to arrive in the morning for the E. U.P. and spread into the L.P. in the afternoon. Some storms may be strong - the main threats including heavy rain, hail, and gusty winds.
Rain showers and thunderstorm chances will continue into the late night as the system pushes eastward. Labor Day looks to be mainly dry, but there may be some drizzle or a light shower in the first part of the day. Expect some decent cloud cover Monday as well as breezy conditions - winds out of the northwest at 10-15mph with gusts in the mid 20s.
The big difference you'll notice this week? The temperatures! Enjoy the 70s and 80s Sunday because beginning Monday, highs will remain in the mid 60s.
High temperatures will be around 70 degrees for the entire workweek, but we do look to see a lot of sunshine into next weekend.