A very strong cold front surging east across the Midwest Sunday afternoon will be pushing aggressively through Southeast Lower Michigan early on Monday. While temperatures ahead of the front will be flirting with record highs /71-Detroit; 68-Flint; 72-Saginaw/ in the mid to upper 60s (with even a few lower 70s) this Veteran's afternoon; behind the front will be a much different story. Temperatures will plummet some 30+ degrees from this afternoon's readings to Monday afternoon's with temperatures dropping down into the 30s during the day! Also; rain accompanying the front may mix with/or change to a bit of sleet and snow showers before ending Monday. Moderate and gusty southerly winds will shift to southwest to west on Monday.
Expect high temperatures to average below the normal highs of around 50 degrees with readings only rising into the upper 30s to mid 40s until later in the week; while lows fall well down into the 20s on the coldest mornings.
Try to get out and enjoy the brief Indian Summer-like weather while it lasts!
Making weather fun while we all learn,
Bill Deedler -SEMI_WeatherHistorian