Foggy into Friday morning before warm daytime sun, pop-up showers/storms
Patchy dense fog into Friday morning before daytime sun, pop-up showers/storms on summer’s last day.
NWS alerts in effect HERE.
High pressure over the Great Lakes region holding steady in the coming days, allowing for the movement of warm air towards Upper Michigan. 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. Thunderstorms can produce locally heavy rain, small hail and gusty winds.
Tonight: Scattered clouds with patchy dense morning fog; south winds 5-10 mph
Friday: Partly to mostly cloudy with pop-up afternoon showers, few thunderstorms mainly over the west and central counties; few showers moving east late
>Highs: 70s/Few 80s Inland
Saturday, First Day of Fall: Patchy morning fog, then partly sunny to mostly cloudy with spotty showers, isolated thunderstorms; mild with southeast winds 5-15 mph
Sunday: Patchy morning fog and drizzle, then partly cloudy with isolated showers west; mild with southeast winds 5-15 mph
Monday: Partly cloudy; cooler
Tuesday and Wednesday: Mostly sunny and cooler
Thursday: Mostly sunny with seasonal temps
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