It was another beautiful day in Mid-Michigan, but our weather pattern is about to change for the next couple of days.
We will be comfortable with overnight temperatures in the upper 50s and lower 60s under clear skies.
The humidity will start to climb on Wednesday with dew points reaching for the 70 degree mark; the clouds will be on the increase for the late morning and early afternoon.
Shower and isolated thunderstorms are expected to move across the area Wednesday; the best chance of rain will be during the later half of the afternoon and early evening.
A second round of rain is forecast for Thursday; however, the forecast models are still consistent with the their disagreement.
There are two scenarios playing out for Thursday, but the more popular trend is for isolated rain to move across the far southern portion of Michigan affecting a limited area of Mid-Michigan.
It does look like those communities near and south of I-69 could see some passing rain on Thursday; an additional note about Thursday is that the rain has been showing signs of moving south with each new forecast model run.
The humidity will start to drop on Friday following Thursday's cold front; dew points will return to the upper 50s and low 60s except for Sunday when the dew points pops up to the mid 60s.
There may also be some passing showers on Sunday under mostly cloudy skies.
Weather conditions on Saturday look favorable for the Crim; temperatures will top out near 80 degrees with dew points in the upper half of the 50s under partly sunny skies.
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Today's Record Temperatures