Aside from the possibility of scattered showers overnight into early Wednesday in northern Michigan, dry weather will stick around for the remainder of the week.
According to Ryan Martin, chief meteorologist for Michigan Ag Today, those showers should stick to the Gaylord/Grayling area into the UP, and quite possibly the Thumb.
“I would not be surprised to see some action toward Bad Axe, maybe as far south as Flint/Saginaw, although that’s going to be on the fringe,” he said. “It’s gone by sunrise or shortly thereafter—we see a mix of clouds and sun for Wednesday.”
For the balance of the week and weekend, Martin is forecasting dry, sunny, and warm weather until a chance of moisture develops Monday afternoon into the evening.
“Scattered showers give you a few hundredths, maybe a half inch, and we’ll follow that up with another batch of moisture Wednesday into Thursday,” he said. “A quarter inch or less with 60 percent coverage.”
As the rest of the week finishes, Martin said Michigan should expect a dry finish, but there will be a cooler shot of air when the warm surge of air lessens.