Patchy clouds will decrease as dry air works in from the west, though some high clouds will filter in from a weak system passing to the north of the state. Temperatures will be on the cool side, and another crisp night is expected with freezing temperatures.
After a chilly Monday morning, a southwesterly flow of mild air will push readings into the 50s to start the long holiday week.
The first of two storm systems will ride from the central Plains to the Great Lakes, putting us on warm side of track. Showers and increasingly windy conditions will develop late Tuesday afternoon and continue through the first half of Wednesday, before skies clear later, with afternoon highs in the 55- to 60-degree range.
Blustery winds will subside on Thanksgiving Day, which looks to be partly to mostly cloudy, with similar conditions on the big shopping day Friday. Highs will be seasonable, in the upper 40s.
The second storm of the week will arrive Friday night and Saturday with more wind and wet weather. Colder air at Ann Arbor Saturday for the the OSU-Michigan game will introduce a rain-snow mix, with temperatures rising into the upper 30s, along with gusty winds.
Tonight: Partial clearing, chilly. Low 34
Monday: Mostly sunny, breezy, milder. High 54
Tuesday: Showers p.m., breezy. High 55 (37)
Wednesday: Showers end early, partly sunny. High 59 (48)
Thanksgiving Day: Mostly cloudy, cool. High 46 (35)
Friday: Mostly cloudy. High 46 (32)
Saturday: Rain, breezy. High 49 (36)
Sunday: Windy, colder p.m., rain to colder, rain/snow showers. High 42 (38)