Today's the best day to see rain we've seen in several weeks. Hopefully, you get your share. Showers with embedded thunderstorms are moving through the state now. Most of the rain today falls this morning in the southern half of the Lower Peninsula. In the afternoon the pattern becomes more like scattered showers. The wind will increase during the day. This afternoon it will be 10-20 mph with gusts to 30 mph along the Great Lakes. There is a Small Craft Advisory. High temperatures will be lower than they've been lately because of the rain and clouds. Highs 65 to 75 degrees around northern Michigan.
Tonight the sky tries to clear, and there will be a few widely scattered showers. Temperature lows will be 50 to 60 degrees. The humidity will fall overnight. The wind will be up to 20 mph in the early evening but decreases overnight.
Wednesday we'll see some sunshine. In the early morning a few showers could be left behind but most of us stay dry. Highs 72 to 78 degrees. Wind 5-15 mph.
Thursday will bring sunshine with highs in the 78 to 85 degree range.
Friday will see a few scattered afternoon showers but sunny much of the day. Highs 72 to 82 degrees.
Saturday and Sunday will be mostly sunny with some scattered rain. Highs Saturday...72 to 82 degrees. Highs Sunday...78 to 88 degrees.
Today's Record Temperatures