There will be one more full day of cool, showery weather across northern Michigan before things become more settled. Heading into Sunday night, diurnally driven scattered showers will begin to fade, allowing for most areas to see a little break in the rain action. Towards late in the overnight, showers will once again become more scattered to even numerous - especially north of the bridge. Lows will range from the mid-upper 40s in eastern Upper, low 50s in the northern Lower.
The first Monday of summer will feel more like fall, as showers continue and even cooler temperatures usher into the Great Lakes. Showers will become more numerous throughout the morning hours, and will continue throughout the afternoon before winding towards the evening. This is all due to one last strong disturbance works its way through northern Michigan. With the rain and a cool W-NW flow, temperatures will top out only in the low 60s. A few spots will most likely only make it to the upper 50s, nearly 15-20 degrees below normal for this time of year.
Dry and warmer weather returns on Tuesday, with a fair amount of sunshine, especially towards the second half of the day. Temperatures will range from the upper 60s to the mid 70s.
Most of Wednesday will be dry as well, with temperatures a few degrees warmer, as a SW flow returns to the area. Towards Wednesday night, however, another low pressure system will begin to works it way through the Great Lakes, allowing for moisture to increase. Rain, at times heavy, is becoming more likely Wednesday night into Thursday.
-Meteorologist Blake Hansen
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