A lot of dry time on the way Monday, with sprinkles possible from time to time. Expect readings to begin in the lower to middle 30s. Plentiful clouds remain through the overnight period.
We should see a break in the clouds allowing some sunshine back into play on Tuesday. Behind it, temperatures drop like a rock bringing back in winter air with perhaps some lingering moisture. Highs Monday will reach the upper 50s across the area with plenty of sunshine and a bit of a breeze out of the southwest. Winds are quite breezy too. That means colder air returns on Wednesday and Thursday.
West Michigan will have a mostly cloudy sky with mainly dry conditions throughout the day. That kept our temperatures on the cool side of normal. Clouds will increases throughout the day, so it won’t be as sunny as today. Showers wait until the evening. We are talking morning lows in the single digits and slightly below zero in some places, and afternoon highs in the teens or 20s.
WEEKEND SHOWERS: The next system brings wet weather, especially for the first half of the weekend. It won’t be a continuous rain, but on and off rain showers can be expected through Wednesday. Tonight our temperatures will be about 6 – 7 degrees warmer than last night’s readings.
SLUSHY ROADS FOR SUNDAY NIGHTTonight the spotty showers could mix in with some freezing rain. Despite the precipitation and a good deal of clouds temperatures should be able to rebound to near 40.