Monday will be warmer across northern Michigan, but snow and much cooler weather is on the way for the mid-week.
A clipper system is sitting to the north of the straits, and will remain there through most of Monday. The warm front has passed through and winds Monday will be out of the SW at 5-15mph. Thanks to the warmer air blowing in, afternoon temps for most will reach into the mid 40s. We'll see a lot of our cloud cover stick with us, and there's a slight chance for a flurry or a raindrop or two falling - most stay dry.
Clouds spread across the area Monday night, and the Tuesday morning commute will be overcast, but dry. Morning temps will be in the mid 20s to low 30s. Around lunchtime the first spots of wintry mix will pop up, and spread across parts of the northern and central Lower by the commute home. It looks to be a quick inch or two, but be prepared the drive home may take a bit longer with slick roads.
Temps will continue to fall thanks to a passing cold front - and Tuesday night, Wednesday, and Thursday morning will be cold.
The good news is - we warm back up to end the workweek.