After our 4th wettest May on record in Flint, June has been a little on the dry side.
We're definitely not in a drought situation, but a little moisture would be appreciated by most farmers and gardeners at this point.
So far this month, we've fallen about two-thirds of an inch below average in terms of rainfall in both Saginaw and Flint.
With all the sunshine we've had along with low humidity, May's puddles have dried up pretty quickly.
A low pressure system and associated warm front will bring some rain to the area late Tuesday night and Wednesday.
We could also see some spot showers and storms on Thursday.
For a look at your extended forecast, click on the video!