Temperatures will be cooling to the lower half of the 30s tonight under mostly clear skies; the clouds have been on the decrease this evening and we may still see some clouds passing by overnight.
The mercury will warm to the near 50 on Tuesday and the clouds will be on the increase during the afternoon following a sunny start to our day; the sky is expected to clear Tuesday night allowing temperatures to hit the upper 20s and lower 30s.
Low pressure approaching the region on Wednesday will bring us scattered rain for the afternoon and evening hours that will continue into the overnight; there is a low chance of a rain/snow mix or freezing rain north of the Tri-Cities.
Those overnight showers are expected to taper off Thursday afternoon as low pressure moves east of the Great Lakes region.
Early morning lows on Thursday are forecast to hover in the mid and upper 30s, so those overnight showers should be rain with a very low chance of a freezing rain or rain/snow mix north of the Tri-Cities.
The mercury will reach for the low to mid 50s on Friday under mostly cloudy skies; another round of rain is expected to move into Mid-Michigan for the evening and overnight hours.
Looking ahead to the weekend, temperatures will continue to reach for the low to mid 50s while overnight lows hover in the low to mid 40s with some upper 30s north of the Tri-Cities.
Saturday will be mainly dry following some lingering morning showers; another round of scattered rain will move across the Lower Peninsula on Sunday.
Today's Record Temperatures