Gray skies continue to cover much of Mid-Michigan this afternoon with showers and thundershowers moving westerly across the area.
We should see some decrease to the clouds tonight while the showers dry up before midnight; you may even be able to see a good Northern Lights display overhead.
Our winds will remain breezy from the east and northeast at 5-15 mph overnight with stronger winds of 10-20 mph from the east and northeast tomorrow.
Any morning sunshine should disappear before the lunch hour on Thursday followed by some passing showers primarily south of the Tri-Cities during the afternoon and evening hours.
The area of low pressure that had been dropping to our south will return to the Great Lake region on Friday bringing a better chance of steadier and heavier showers to the area.
That pattern will continue on Saturday with some decrease in the chance of showers and a few more peeks of sunshine.
Our chance of rain will be even lower on Sunday under mostly cloudy skies; this area of low pressure is expected to leave the region on Monday bringing our chance of rain for the start of the work week near zero.
Temperatures over the next several days will remain fairly steady with highs in the mid to upper 60s and lows in the low to mid 50s.
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