A rather chilly weekend continued right on into our Monday across Mid-Michigan. And for early Tuesday morning, a little bit of frost can't be ruled out. If you have any plants you want protected from the cold, you'll want to bring them in tonight. Temperatures Tuesday afternoon will be a little bit better than we we enjoyed for our Monday, but some sunshine early in the day will be replaced by some showers as the afternoon wears on.
Wednesday is not shaping-up very well at all. A good bit of cloud cover is expected for the better part of the day. Scattered, generally light, rain showers are expected as well. And to add some insult to injury, we can also expect a pretty strong west-northwesterly wind. Add all that up and we are going to end up with high temperatures ranging only from the upper 40s, to very low 50s for the day.
Thursday will see the return of some sunshine for the day. It will also mark the beginning of modest warming. Our "normal" high temperature is now 60-degrees. Evening with some sunshine Thursday, highs will range from the low-to-mid 50s. Highs Friday will move back into the upper 50s. We have a really good shot at 60+ for the weekend as winds turn back in from the south. - JR