Rainy, gusty start to the week -- with frosty conditions in the mix
Northernly gales bring rain, chilly air to Upper Michigan before gradual clearing, milder temps midweek.
Building high pressure over the Canadian Shield drives a strong northerly wind to Upper Michigan Monday night, bringing lake effect precipitation and chilly air to the region before gradual clearing and temperatures trending above seasonal towards the weekend -- early week precipitation includes isolated mixes of rain/snow/freezing drizzle/freezing fog.
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Tonight: Mostly cloudy with scattered rain, patchy fog and blustery; northwest through north winds gusting over 25 mph
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy with scattered rain and an isolated wintry mix (rain/snow/freezing drizzle/freezing fog); precipitation diminishing west in the evening; cold with north winds gusting over 25 mph
Wednesday: Morning frost, freezing fog, freezing drizzle and mostly cloudy, gradually clearing into the afternoon; cool
Thursday: Mostly sunny and mild; southwest breezes
Friday: Mostly sunny to partly cloudy with isolated rain showers; mild with southwest breezes
Saturday: Partly cloudy and warm
Sunday: Partly to mostly cloudy with a chance of rain showers over the southern and eastern counties
Monday: Partly to mostly cloudy and mild
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