Today’s Forecast: Updated 9/20/2021 7:00 AM

*Increasing Clouds This Morning

*Showers Arrive by Mid-Afternoon

*Winds Slowly Pick Up

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Today: Showers Arrive South

Clouds will push north through the afternoon and by 5 to 6 pm this evening, everyone will be partly sunny to mostly cloudy.

Areas in the U.P. and Tip of the Mitt will be in the upper 70s and low 80s, thanks to some extra sunshine.

The N.L. and C.L. will stay in the low to mid 70s.

Showers begin in the C.L. by 3 to 4 pm and move north through the evening and overnight.

Winds pick up out of the south at 8-18mph for most.

Tonight: Isolated Showers become Scattered

Showers will filter across the region through the night.

Winds stay strong and even pick up along the lakeside, some spots along Lake Michigan could be waking up to gusts of 25 to 30 mph.

Temperatures stay in the 60s and 70s.

Tomorrow: Here Comes the Cold Front

Scattered showers and strong winds arrive just in time for you to roll out of the bed tomorrow morning.

So don’t forget you’re rain gear as you step out the door.

Scattered showers continue through the day.

The main thing we are watching with this line is heavy rain.

I would anticipate ponding on roadways throughout the day.

Wednesday – Friday: Hello Fall!

Wednesday is the first day of Fall 2021 and, boy, it’s going to feel like it.

Temperatures will only be in the 50s and 60s!

Showers might linger through the day on Wednesday and into Thursday.

Highs drop a few degrees but remain in the 50s and 60s on Thursday.

By Friday we will rebound back to the 60s and low 70s but we are still watching for a chance of showers for the U.P. and Tip of the Mitt.

-Madison

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