Weather Updates from TV6 Meteorologists Karl Bohnak and Jennifer Perez
A mix of sun, clouds and warmer than average temperatures fill much of the day in the Upper Peninsula Tuesday. But an approaching storm from the Northern Plains results in increasing clouds later in the afternoon, with showers beginning in the Western U.P. Rain becomes widespread into the evening hours, at times moderate in intensity – isolated thunderstorms possible. Breezy northwest winds and lake effect rain are possible for Wednesday following passage of the cold front. Expecting a cooling trend in the U.P. for Wednesday and Thursday.
Tuesday: Increasing cloudiness in the afternoon followed by widespread rain over the U.P. in the evening -- isolated thunderstorms possible
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy with a chance of lake effect rain, breezy northwest winds with gusts over 30 mph possible -- cooler
Thursday: Mostly sunny and cool
Friday: Chance of AM showers, otherwise partly cloudy and warmer
Saturday: Mostly sunny
Sunday: Mostly sunny
Monday: Mostly cloudy with a chance of rain
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