The clouds will be on the decrease for much of Mid-Michigan tonight; however, there will be some lingering clouds over the Thumb through Saturday morning.
Temperatures will be cooling to the lower half of the 30s overnight; there is a Frost Advisory for Clare, Isabella and Gratiot county for the early hours of Saturday.
There will be plenty of sunshine overhead for Saturday following any lingering morning clouds over the Thumb; temperatures will be warming to the upper 40s to the mid 50s.
A warm front moving through the area on Sunday will push temperatures towards the 60 degree mark while clouds build overhead.
We will be mostly cloudy and dry on Monday while temperatures return to the lower half of the 50s.
Our sky will end up cloudy on Tuesday and those gray skies are expected to stay with us through Thursday.
An area of low pressure will be approaching the Great Lakes region on Wednesday bringing us afternoon and evening showers; that rain will continue through the overnight right into Thursday.
The scattered rain could be heavy at times Thursday morning and afternoon; that rain will taper off into the late afternoon.
A cold front moving across the area on Friday will bring us another round of showers for the afternoon and evening hours.
Today's Record Temperatures