A strong low pressure system to our southwest will continue to slide across the region to our northeast overnight and through Friday. This will result in continued waves of showers that may be heavy at times.
The bulk of the accumulation will wrap up by the early morning as the system begins to slide north. We will continue to see scattered light showers through the day Friday with the better chance for these toward the Canadian border.
Lingering showers will be more of a drizzle with little accumulation. The movement of the system will also impact our winds wrapping counter-clockwise around it. Winds will become light and rotate overnight, then pick back up out of the west leading to another breezy day. The cool air lingering will stifle temperatures in the mid 50s and low 60s.
We finally see a return of the sun and seasonable temperatures Saturday. There's a slight chance to see a few showers arrive Saturday evening and depart Sunday morning. A light lake breeze will limit temperatures Sunday, but we'll still reach for 70 in the Twin Ports and mid 70s inland.
The 70s will become quite frequent in the week ahead as southerly flow develops. This will also pump in muggy conditions and instability that could lead to isolated thunderstorms, particularly Wednesday and Thursday.
FRIDAY: Overcast with scattered showers. Breezy west winds 10-20 mph and a high reaching for 60°.
SATURDAY: Partly cloudy with a slight chance for evening showers and a high near 68°.
SUNDAY: Partly cloudy with a light lake breeze and a high near 71°.
MONDAY: Partly cloudy with highs around 73°.
TUESDAY: Partly cloudy with highs around 76°.
WEDNESDAY: Partly cloudy with a chance for isolated thunderstorms. Highs around 75°.
THURSDAY: Mostly cloudy with scattered showers and thunderstorms. Highs around 73°.