Enjoy the warmth Saturday because you can say goodbye to upper 70s and lower 80s for a long time it is looking like. Some showers and thunderstorms will develop near the U.P. and cause a small risk for hail in the late afternoon and nighttime. Most of this activity should stay mostly to the northwest. It will be a similar story for our Saturday with breezy winds out of the west and southwest with temperatures in the upper 70s and lower 80s. There will be a risk thunderstorms after 3-4pm. Some of these storms may be strong to severe as we head into Saturday night. The risks of these thunderstorms will be mainly hail, but a small tornado threat does exist as well. Sunday will see highs in the upper 60s to lower 70s, with a small chance of some showers as weak disturbances pass through. A northwest flow and strong area of high pressure from Canada will cause temperatures to fall each day heading into the new week. Each day has a chance of some light rain showers with weak disturbances moving through. By Tuesday, you can welcome 50 degree high temperatures whether you like it or not. Perhaps a good time to look for a winter home down south?