Isolated Storms Possible Tonight Mainly S. M-55

***Flash Flood Warning until 4a.m. for Mason County. Doppler radar indicated 3″-4″ of rain has fallen near the shoreline in Mason County*** *Tree down on powerlines just north of downtown Ludington 10:02p.m.* *Nickel sized hail in Hart at 10:19p.m.* *Isolated thunderstorms tonight mainly along and south of M-55* *Sunshine returns Monday* *Strong to severe storm threat Tuesday. Will continue to monitor* *Quiet weather returns Wednesday and Thursday* *Picture of rainbow on this page sent to me from Cathy Clementz in Newberry. Shre remarked: “after the storm went through Saturday night and the sun was setting in the west, we were treated to a beautiful double rainbow. It was very vibrant and lasted a very long time.” Thanks for sending it in!* ——- A weak cold front will move through from NW to SE tonight giving us a wind shift and a threat for a thunderstorm or two mainly along and south of M-55. We have seen a couple storms develop this afternoon in the far EUP and over Ontario's St. Joseph Island. This early evening, we have seen some storms develop just west of Manistee/Ludington into Wisconsin. These storms have been moving SE. Lows tonight will be in the upper 50's to lower 60's north and lower to middle 60's south. Winds become W/NW 2-8mph in the north and W 2-8 south. The front exits Monday a.m. giving us all partly cloudy to mostly sunny skies. Highs in the lower to middle 80's north and middle 80's to around 90 south. Winds W/NW 7-15mph. Monday night will be partly cloudy, but storms should develop in WI and MN and then head our way Tuesday. Some storms could be strong to severe. Highs in the upper 70's to around 80 north and lower to middle 80's south. Winds S 8-18mph. Wednesday and Thursday are looking good with partly cloudy skies. We are looking at a chance for a few showers and storms Thursday night and Friday. -Meteorologist Jim Lehocky