Good Monday morning! We hope you had a great weekend and we hope it's a great start to the week. 

We've been stuck in the 40s and 50s most of the time over the last few weeks and it looks like that trend will be continuing this week, keeping the fall-feel in Mid-Michigan. Also, if you're hoping for dry weather, we've got plenty of that on the way as well. 

Today & Tonight

Clouds from the weekend have cleared out over the area this morning, which allowed our cool temperatures from the weekend to fall off quite a bit during the overnight period. 

Many of us are waking up in the 30s this morning, with a few 20s here and there. Even in areas that are still in the 30s, wind chills have also taken the real feel down a bit with some 20s popping up there as well.

That chill won't be lasting long, however, with the middle 50s arriving by the afternoon with a southwesterly breeze and a mostly sunny sky. Thankfully, unlike last week, that breeze won't be quite as much of a nuisance as it was at times last week. 

Skies will stay mostly clear through much of the evening, before we build a little cloud cover toward tomorrow morning. A few areas to the north and west, traditional lake-effect spots, may see a few showers toward tomorrow morning. 

Those showers should stay primarily rain. Lows tonight will fall into the 30s. 

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