Temperatures Monday pushed to above-average levels with a good bit of sun shining across the area. Most of the clouds that did develop, hung over the southern parts of the ABC12 viewing area. I think that should hold true for our Tuesday too. In general for our Tuesday, the father south you are in the area, the more clouds you will likely see. There will also be a chance of a few showers or thundershowers popping-up as well.
Spotty showers and a few rumbles of thunder will be possible for our Tuesday night and Wednesday too. A cool front will drift across lower Michigan early Wednesday. While the boundary won't be that big of a deal as far as rain goes, it will open the door for another batch of comfortable air. While not everyone will see rain with the front, everyone will see winds shift in from the northwest Wednesday afternoon as the front moves off to our east.
Sunshine will abound across Mid-Michigan for the end of the workweek, and the upcoming weekend. Behind Wednesday's front, a light northerly wind will usher dry, pleasant, air in overhead. High temperatures will likely a hold a bit below the average for the Thursday through Saturday stretch. Mostly sunny skies should continue to hold for Sunday as readings return to "normal" levels. - JR