We get this week’s harvest forecast off to a slow start, as we still will find ourselves dealing with clouds over most of Michigan for Saturday. WE may not see any significant new precipitation, but lingering clouds and the occasional sprinkle will delay drying in the short term. Better sunshine tries to break free for Sunday, with very summer-like temps expected over most of Lower MI. However, a weak low pressure area pushes over the UP and into Ontario, keeping clouds for most areas there and reviving a chance of scattered showers that amount to .25” or less. Monday looks similar, with full sunshine, warm air, and decent drying over Lower MI, but clouds and a few showers lingering in the UP with 40% coverage.