It will be another wonderful evening around Mid-Michigan, but changes will be moving into the region during the overnight hours.
We will see the clouds on the increase during the early hours of Saturday while temperatures hover in the lower 60s.
A line of showers and thunderstorms is forecast to move through the Lower Peninsula from the northwest to the southeast throughout the morning and afternoon hours with some rain lingering into the evening hours.
We should expect that rain to affect our northern counties during the morning hours before dropping southeast towards the Tri-Cities region around the noon hour followed by dropping further south through the rest of the afternoon.
The forecast models have been showing differing intensities to the rain, but overall the timing has not been changing much between forecast models and from update to update.
Crim participants should anticipate the possibility of some light morning showers with an increasing chance of rain as we go through the afternoon; heavier rain and thunderstorms should hold off until the early to mid afternoon hours.
There will be lingering isolated rain for Saturday evening with the possibility of some morning showers on Sunday; the afternoon will be dry followed by a mainly dry Monday and Tuesday.
High pressure will move into the region for the second half of the week bringing us cooler and more comfortable weather.
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