Northern Michigan will have a warm and rainy start to the workweek.
We're between two systems - a low pressure system and cold front to the north in Canada, and a low pressure system in southern Minnesota with a warm front through the Ohio Valley.
These two systems will come together and move across the Northern Lower heading into Tuesday - which will keep rain in the forecast for us.
Monday morning temps started in the 50s and 60s, and we had fog with showers moving through. This will be the case throughout the day, with highs reaching the 70s and 80s, lots of cloud cover, and more passing rain. We aren't expecting any severe weather, but you may run into a storm that has some gusty winds or small hail.
Overnight into Tuesday, we'll keep the chance for isolated showers and possibly a storm, and it'll be mild - temps in the mid 50s to mid 60s with calm winds. Fog will form, especially along the lakeshores, so give yourself extra time in the morning.
Tuesday will be similar to Monday with highs in the 70s and scattered showers and storms.
We will dry out Wednesday and Thursday, but behind this system will be cooler - highs will be around 70 degrees both days with some sunshine.