Good Monday morning! We hope you had a great weekend and we send our best for a great start to the week. 

After showers and thunderstorms moved through various parts of Mid-Michigan yesterday, things have quieted down this morning. Not only does it look like we're in for a smooth morning commute, but it also looks like we're in for a very pleasant Monday, too!

Today & Tonight

Skies are mainly clear this morning, with just a few passing clouds here and there. Temperatures are generally running in the 60s out the door, so there's still a muggy feel to the air mass. 

While no wet weather is expected, there may be a bit of fog to deal with on the morning drive so be mindful of that. Any fog that does develop should dissipate quickly this morning. 

Sunshine should control our skies from start to finish today which should guide our temperatures into the upper 70s to middle 80s this afternoon. We may have some mugginess to start, but should get gradually more comfortable as the day goes along, with dew points dropping into the 50s. 

Highs Monday

It should be a beautiful evening for any outdoor plans, so be sure to take advantage! We'll see our temperatures gradually drop into the middle to upper 50s for overnight lows. 

Remember, you can always get your extended forecast on your terms, 24/7, by checking out the First Warn 5 7 Day Forecast in the weather section on our homepage!

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