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Dry start to the workweek

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SAGINAW, MI (WNEM) -

Rain showers moved through parts of Mid-Michigan this morning, but overall, it wasn't too bad of a Sunday around Mid-Michigan. Highs were cool, but not overly chilly, and we remained dry through the rest of the day.

What's in store for your Monday and Halloween? We have it in your forecast below!

Tonight

Mostly cloudy skies will be the main story throughout the night, but will gradually start to loosen up as we head towards tomorrow morning. With calm winds expected overnight and partially clearing skies, lows will have no trouble cooling off tonight.

Out the door temperatures tomorrow morning will be in the lower to middle 30s, meaning coats will be a must.

Monday

Skies will be partly to mostly sunny throughout your Monday, which should allow temperatures to recover quite nicely from their chilly morning values. By the afternoon, we should reach temperatures very close to seasonal values in the lower to middle 50s.

Your evening commute comes with absolutely no weather-related problems, which is great news for the first day of the workweek.

Trick-Or-Treat Forecast

With a beautiful day expected Monday, your Trick-Or-Treat forecast on Monday night looks spectacular! We've had some rotten luck the last five years on Halloween, so this will be welcomed news around Mid-Michigan.

Expect temperatures to be in the upper 40s and lower 50s throughout the evening, allowing all of our ghouls and goblins to show off the full extent of their costume without the winter coat. However, a sweatshirt underneath those costumes may not be a bad idea as the wind could make things feel just a bit more chilly.

We wish you a safe and wonderful Halloween!

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