End-of-summer warmth with pop-up showers, t-storms
Highs from the 70s-80s, plus pop-up rain and t-storm chances before cooler transition next week.
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High pressure over the Great Lakes region holding steady in the coming days, allowing for the movement of warm air towards Upper Michigan through Saturday. But, along with the southerly stream of warm air comes increasing moisture content from the Gulf of Mexico, increasing rain and thunderstorm chances across the region before a cooldown towards the end of the weekend.
Tonight: Scattered clouds with patchy morning fog plus patchy drizzle; south winds 5-15 mph
Thursday: Partly to mostly cloudy with pop-up afternoon showers, few thunderstorms
>Highs: 70s/Few 80s Inland
Friday: Mostly sunny then increasing clouds with showers picking towards evening, plus isolated thunderstorms
>Highs: 70s/Isolated 80s Inland
Saturday, First Day of Fall: Partly sunny to mostly cloudy with scattered showers, isolated thunderstorms; mild
Sunday: Mostly cloudy with scattered showers; breezy and cooler
Monday: Partly to mostly cloudy with few showers early; seasonal temps and breezy
Tuesday: Partly cloudy with seasonal temps
Wednesday: Mostly sunny with seasonal temps
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