Autumn is officially arrived for us, but the weather doesn't really seem to think so. We should be mostly above average temperatures this week.
SUNDAY (SEP 24): More sunshine in the forecast Sunday with dry weather hanging on once again in the day, with the possibility of some light showers extending into parts of Northern MI late tomorrow. Any showers will be light and won't last long. High temperatures from 69-77F. E-SE wind at 10-20 mph.
MONDAY (SEP 25): Back to work and school early next week with dry weather holding on across the region. Skies remain on the partly cloudy to mostly cloudy depending on where you are side of things with daytime high temperatures reaching 70-77F.
TUESDAY (SEP 26): Tuesday should be another rather cloudy day with the low pressure system spinning around to our south. It is possible that some showers could stretch into parts of northern MI from this system. The majority of us should stay dry however, especially in the U.P. The clouds should keep us around seasonal temperatures in the high 60s to low 70s 65-73F. Winds out of the east 10-20 mph.
THIS WEEK: Low pressure will spin away early next week across the Northern Plains but should remain far enough west to prevent much if any impact here. We will feed in a rather dry easterly wind early next week with partly sunny skies anticipated. It will cool somewhat with temperatures dropping back to near normal for late September with highs falling back into the mid-60's to low-70's.
-Meteorologist Trevor Roubadeaux