The rain held off for much of the day Saturday allowing ok conditions for several fairs and festivals across mid-Michigan, including the Freeland Walleye Festival and Maple Syrup Festival in Shepherd.
Rain & isolated thunderstorms will dance across our area with temperatures by the end of the day in the upper 30s north to mid 50s south.
A Flood Watch continues into Monday for rain amounts between 1-3 inches.
The heavy rain is due to an approaching storm system with moisture riding over a warm front to our south.
As our wind turns from the east to the south Monday, temperatures will rise, beginning overnight.
While we'll continue to see rain and isolated thunderstorms Monday morning, the rest of the day should be much quieter with lingering showers into Tuesday.
After that, we dry out and warm up heading into next weekend. - KG