A few storms this afternoon and evening may become severe, with the greatest threat being over central and western portions of the Upper Peninsula. Some storms may produce damaging wind gusts and/or small hail, yet the threat is not very widespread. Temperatures don’t dip much overnight as clouds and perhaps a couple storms and showers stick around into Tuesday Morning. High temperatures will struggle to reach the Upper 60s along the Lake superior coastline Tuesday, with inland locations sitting a bit warmer for the afternoon hours. An isolated shower or storm will be possible through the evening, but the severe threat will be minimal. Temperatures don’t rebound much Wednesday, however sunshine will dominate as high pressure builds throughout our region. Expect the sunny skies for your Thursday as well with increasing temperatures into the mid 70s for many. Friday sees a the rain threat return once again as temperatures look to increase for late week. Make it a fantastic week!