The heat and humidity have moved into Mid-Michigan for the rest of the week along with afternoon scattered showers and thunderstorms.
We will have isolated showers and a few thunderstorms in the area for the afternoon and early evening; we should see the weather quiet after sunset.
Overnight temperatures will be rather warm, bottoming out in the lower half of the 60s under mostly cloudy skies.
Another round of showers is forecast to move across Lake Michigan tonight reaching Mid-Michigan in time for the morning commute.
A second round of scattered rain is forecast to fire during the mid and late afternoon hours; this is likely to include isolated thunderstorms which will produce heavy downpours.
The mercury will find its way to the lower half of the 80s under mostly cloudy skies while our dew point sits in the mid 60s making for humid conditions.
More scattered rain and isolated thunderstorms are forecast for Friday, but our rain chances will start to drop a bit heading into the weekend.
We may still find a few heavier showers or an isolated thunderstorm on Saturday, but Sunday and Monday will only include spotty showers under partly to mostly cloudy skies.
Our dew points will return to the 50s by Memorial Day which means it will start to feel more comfortable outside.
Keep the umbrella handy and stay tuned to the forecast.
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