National Weather Service United States Department of Commerce

Scattered showers, possibly an isolated thunderstorm, this afternoon.
Cooler late June conditions will again grip Southeast Michigan today. Highs in the 60s most locations. There will be a chance of showers this afternoon and evening. A warming trend is expected through the mid-week period, with temperature back into the middle and upper 70s by Wednesday.
River flooding over East-Central Michigan will continue into the early part of the week. The Saginaw River crested at 18.69 ft on Monday morning and will fall below flood stage on Wednesday morning. The Tittabawassee River will fall below flood stage Monday night. Brief heavy rainfall may occur today, but it should not have a large impact on river levels. The next chance of rain then comes Wednesday night and Thursday.