High temperatures today reached the upper 60s and lower 70s around Northeast Michigan before the rain moved in with brisk winds out of the southwest about 15 mph. Damp weather will continue tomorrow and that will help keep the temperatures cooler this weekend.
Another round of rain moved in this afternoon, and showers will continue until the middle of the day tomorrow. Temperatures will cool on Saturday as well, at least drier air will move in from the northwest late Saturday and Sunday.
Temperatures will remain mild tonight, but struggle to climb tomorrow. Overnight temperatures will drop to lows in the middle 50s as showers continue. High temperatures tomorrow will reach the lower 60s and showers should end during the afternoon. Clearing skies are expected tomorrow night.
Tomorrow will not be the best day to head to the beach, shoreline temperatures should get to 60 degrees, but showers are in the forecast. At least winds and wave heights will be gentle this weekend.
Showers will move southeast of our area late in the day tomorrow. Mostly cloudy skies are expected Sunday but skies should remain dry with afternoon temperatures close to 60 degrees. A few isolated showers are possible on Monday, and temperatures will warm up early next week. For the rest of Northeast Michigan’s weather forecast, watch the latest weather video by clicking the weather tab at the top of the page.