More clouds, and more humidity was the hallmark of Wednesday's weather across Mid-Michigan. A few thundershowers popped-up in the far northern parts of the viewing area as a cool front draped itself across the northern parts of lower Michigan. A low pressure center will make a move toward the state from the southwest during the wee hours of our Thursday. This will give us a better chance to see some rain for the day.
Thursday will feature extensive cloud cover and occasional showers during the day. Some of us may even end up hearing some rumbles of thunder. While we will carry at least a chance of rain all day long, no location anywhere in our our area will end up seeing rain all day long. The pattern will be generally light, and will start and stop from time-to-time. This will probably make it more of a nuisance than anything else.
Some lingering showers look to be a good bet for the first part of our Friday. I do think that we will end up seeing some sunshine before the end of the day. This should set the stage for a pretty decent weekend. Saturday will be partly sunny, and Sunday should turn out to be mostly sunny. Highs for the weekend will be in the lower 80s. - JR