LANSING, Mich. — Showers fell throughout the day across Mid-Michigan, but the steadier and heavier rain is looking to arrive overnight. Low pressure continues to lift through the Ohio Valley towards the Great Lakes Region tonight bringing steady and heavy rain to southern Michigan. Our eastern counties are under a Flash Flood Watch, which is where the heaviest rain is expected. Tomorrow, the low continues to lift northeast and the steady rain tapers to showers, with a chance for a storm in the afternoon. We will dry out Sunday night, but a renewed chance for showers and storms arrives Monday when a cold front drops through from north to south. Behind that second system, much cooler air works into the state, and it will be the coolest air we have experienced since mid-June with highs in the low 70s Tuesday, and lows Wednesday morning possibly in the upper 40s for some of us.
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