A massive recovery effort is underway after severe weather this weekend, from the deadly tornado in Gaylord to a deadly derecho in Canada. Read about it on Bill’s Blog.

Mostly Clear
8PM: 61
LOW: 40
WINDS: E-NE 5-10 mph

SUNRISE 6:12 a.m.
SUNSET 9:06 p.m.

TONIGHT A quiet and chilly night is ahead, with lows in the mid-40s. Some parts of northern lower may dip below freezing.

TUESDAY – We’ll start the day partly sunny and cool. High and mid-level cloudiness will increase during the afternoon. We’ll stay dry. High temperatures will be back in the mid 60s.

WEDNESDAY An area of low pressure will move west of Lower Michigan. We may start the day dry with a chance of showers and thunderstorms as a warm front moves in through the day Highs near 70-degrees.

THURSDAY Scattered showers and cooler air will prevail on Thursday, with highs slipping back into the low-60s.

FRIDAY Expect rain on Friday, especially early. Highs will top our in the 60s before drying out for the weekend.

LOOKING AHEAD The weather looks warmer and mostly dry for the start of the Memorial Day Weekend. We’ll see temperatures climb back up into the mid 70s on Saturday and low 80s Sunday and Monday.

Check out Bill’s Blog to read about a deadly weekend “derecho” that resulted in at least 8 fatailities and left 900,000 without power.