Spring warmth continues before slight cooldown on Mother’s Day
Spotty showers, isolated thunderstorms but warm through Friday as high pressure rebuilds in the U.P.
NWS Water Levels: https://water.weather.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=MQT
Precipitation chances limited to spotty showers and isolated thunderstorms through Friday as high pressure rebuilds and mixes in drier air to the Upper Michigan atmosphere to end the work week.
A Central Plains system is expected to track south of Upper Michigan on Mother’s Day weekend, but can still deliver few rain showers especially along the Wisconsin border on Sunday.
Another round of showers comes early next week by way of a Canadian Prairies clipper system. It will also bring brief cooling to the region.
Tonight: Scattered clouds with isolated rain showers and morning patchy fog; light and variable winds
>Lows: Upper 40s to Lower 50s
Friday: Partly to mostly cloudy with few afternoon pop-up showers and thunderstorms; warm with light breezes
>Highs: 50s/70 Nearshore ... Lower 80s Inland
Saturday: Partly cloudy with rain spreading west to east late; mild
Sunday, Mother’s Day: Partly to mostly cloudy with few to scattered rain showers south; cooler
Monday: Partly cloudy with rain showers spreading late; mild and breezy late
Tuesday: Partly to mostly cloudy with scattered rain showers early then clearing into the daytime; cooler and breezy
Wednesday: Mostly sunny and cool
Thursday: Mostly sunny then increasing clouds in the afternoon with scattered rain showers
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