LANSING, Mich. — With high pressure cresting over the region tonight, clear skies and calm winds will allow temperatures to plunge into the upper 30s. Some spots, especially our northern counties, could have some patchy frost develop for Sunday morning. Dry air firmly entrenched over us will keep skies free of clouds tomorrow but with that abundant sunshine, high temps will still remain unseasonably cool in the mid 60s.
Mostly clear skies endure through Sunday night starting off the workweek with mostly sunny skies for Monday morning. Clouds thicken up by the afternoon as the high pressure slides off to the east allowing a return flow to usher warmer air into Mid-Michigan. This will begin a warming trend that will raise temps into the 80s Tuesday through Friday with a series of disturbances bringing occasional showers and thunderstorms. The first threat for showers and storms will be Monday night into early Tuesday morning, then we will see more widespread activity for Wednesday. We then stay dry Thursday and Friday with another round of showers coming next Saturday.
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