National Weather Service United States Department of Commerce

A cool but quiet day is in store for northern Michigan to start the work week. Another round of patchy frost is possible tonight, particularly east of I 75…so it may be wise to make plans to protect your plants for another night.
A fine start to the week will be followed by a return to unsettled conditions for the middle of the week, as a low pressure system brings our next chance at widespread rain Wednesday into Wednesday night. Thunder is possible, along with locally heavy rainfall, so stay tuned. The latter half of the week could remain unsettled, depending on how quickly the system departs the region, with some uncertainty for the upcoming holiday weekend…so stay tuned as you make your plans.
Although we have some cool couple of nights ahead, our long range temperature outlook for the end of May and beginning of June are above normal for this time of year. This is due to La Nina conditions being favored for the United States and will continue to have these conditions into the fall and possibly the winter.