Our skies will be clear for the overnight hours allowing temperatures to drop to the lower 30s and upper 20s across Mid-Michigan.
Wednesday will start out with sunshine, but the clouds will be on the increase through the afternoon while temperatures warm to the mid and upper 40s; we will have cooler temperatures near the shoreline and in the Thumb region.
Showers will move into Mid-Michigan Thursday morning with communities around the Tri-Cities and to the north seeing snow with preliminary forecasts for accumulations of 1 to 4 inches.
Afternoon temperatures will warm to the low to mid 40s under cloudy skies and with breezy conditions.
We will continue to warm on Friday under cloudy skies; there may be some lingering morning showers followed by a mainly dry afternoon.
The mercury will head for 50 degrees on Saturday under a mix of sun & clouds; it looks like there will be some lingering cloud cover over the Thumb and our southern counties along I-69.
Sunday will be mostly sunny with highs hitting the mid 50s; Monday will be partly sunny with highs near 60.
More scattered rain is expected in the area on Tuesday with highs reaching the mid 60s.
Stay tuned to the StormReady forecast on air and online for any changes and updates. Also, be sure to download the StormReady Weather app, so you have the forecast and radar on the go.
Today's Record Temperatures