Through Friday, most of Michigan will be sunny and dry. Starting Friday evening, clouds will build.
“Overnight, we’ll see showers and thunderstorms working through,” said Ryan Martin, Michigan Ag Today chief meteorologist. “We could see some stronger storms especially along the western edge of Michigan near the lake.”
He added that with those storms, those areas could see a range of a quarter of an inch to upwards of 1.5 inches.
“As we move through the overnight Friday into early Saturday morning, I don have concerns that some of the storms could be severe,” said Martin. “We will see the moisture wind down shortly after sunrise on Saturday, so look for clouds to give way to sunshine through the day.”
From Sunday through Friday, Martin is forecasting a sunny, dry week with temperatures above normal.
“The moisture is really concentrated here for the end of the week and weekend, and after that we see everything else kind of dry down and see some good evaporation and good growing weather across most of the state.”