Scattered showers and thunderstorms will end as we make our way through the evening hours, with mostly cloudy skies holding firm throughout the rest of the night. Lows will bottom out in the mid 50s and winds will be light.
Tomorrow will be brighter than what we saw today, with a passing shower possible for the afternoon and evening. The closer you are to Lake Huron, the better the chances of seeing some drops of rain. Any spotty showers that do develop, will clear out fast tomorrow night.
For the end of the week, and for much of the holiday weekend, we can expect a warming trend with a decent amount of sunshine. The only fly in the ointment may be a few showers that may pop up in the northernmost parts of lower Michigan late Saturday, otherwise a gorgeous 4th of July weekend seems to be on tap with temperatures pretty close to normal. - JR
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