A decent amount of sunshine bathed mid-Michigan Monday, but now it looks like we are in store for considerable cloudiness for Tuesday and Wednesday as a weather system spins in from the west.
The storm system that will be moving in is producing a good bit of wintry precipitation for the central and northern plains. For us, it will be primarily rain showers for Tuesday as we remain on the warm side of the storm. As colder air wraps in behind the storm, some light rain and/or snow showers will be a possibility for us Wednesday.
The trend for Thursday will be for the clouds to gradually break-up, setting the stage for brighter skies for Friday and Saturday. Some quick warming is expected for the weekend as the sunshine combines with a wind from the southwest. - JR
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