LANSING, Mich. — The weekend has started off great, but very much on the chilly side with todays temps only climbing into the mid 40′s. Sunday, we get cold once again and we see clouds dissipate initially but then fill back in to overhead skies by the wee hours of tomorrow morning ahead of a weak system approaching from the west. For the most part tomorrow, we will just see increased cloud cover, but there will be a slight chance for a few sprinkles by the late afternoon.
Sunday night, heading into the next workweek we keep cloudy skies and we could see a few rain showers which may mix with some snowflakes at times. Scattered rain showers persist through Monday as the upper level disturbance moves through but by Tuesday we dry out.
Thus begins a stretch of dry weather for the remainder of the workweek. High pressure moves in bringing plenty of sunshine but it does also keep our temperatures on the cool side, in the 40s every day. We are monitoring a system for Thursday, which will be the remnants of Tropical Depression 28. Currently I think it passes to the south with very minimal impacts, but that could change! We will keep you updated throughout the coming week.
-Meteorologist Caleb Meute
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