It was feast or famine with regard to weekend rain as some spots saw over 2" of rain this weekend with several places not even getting a drop.
Some of the heaviest rain fell across portions of Mason/Oceana counties late Sunday morning as strong thunderstorms passed across that area. A few showers/isolated storms lingered into Sunday night with all of Northern Michigan waking up to dry weather Monday morning.
A cold front has passed and in the wake of that boundary, a drier airmass will work in on a west-northwest breeze Monday afternoon. The air won't feel quite as soupy or sticky as dew point readings start to drop off some. There will be lots of sunshine Monday afternoon with comfortable temperatures ranging from 73-84F across Northern Michigan. Clear skies Monday night with little if any wind. Temperatures from 54-63F overnight.
It will be warmer Tuesday with 80's just about everywhere. There is another cold front that as of Monday morning sits across Central Canada. This front will drop in late Tuesday evening with the possibility for a few spotty showers/thunderstorms beginning late Tuesday afternoon into the evening first across the Eastern U.P. then into Northern Lower Michigan Tuesday evening.
Rather benign and typical late July weather for the remainder of the week. Thursday through Sunday there is a small chance each afternoon for an isolated shower or thunderstorm mainly in the Lower Peninsula during the heating of the afternoon.
-Meteorologist Joe Charlevoix
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