Sun, 04 Aug 2013 14:45:00 GMT — Sunday will be yet another day with below average temperatures, but plenty of sunshine will make it feel warmer. Expect mostly sunny skies as high pressure dominates the forecast for the Great Lakes. Highs will be in the 60s near the lakes, and low 70s inland. Sunday night's lows will drop to around 50. Skies will becoming increasingly cloudy from the west as a weak area of low pressure moves into the area. There is a chance for rain west overnight, but most rain will be on Monday. Monday is likely to be a pretty rainy day as the small system passes over Upper Michigan. Storm potential is very low. This will likely be a widespread rain event. Highs will be around 70, a little cooler than Sunday. Lows will only drop into the 50s as skies remain overcast and as winds pick up out of the south. It will be a few degrees warmer on Tuesday. There may be some lingering rain early, but otherwise some clearing in between systems. Another larger low pressure system with a cold front will sweep over the U.P. Tuesday night into Wednesday. The cold front is likely to bring rain and possibly storms with it. The second half of the week will be cooler. For more weather and news, check me out on Facebook and Twitter!
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