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Alpena Weather – May 28, 2018

Today’s high temperatures made it into the upper 80s, and it is the end of a six-day stretch of temperatures running about 20 degrees warmer than normal. Beginning tomorrow, a flow out of the east will take over, and temperatures will be moderated by breezes off of Lake Huron. Expect high temperatures in the 70s through Thursday.

On the national picture, we have partly cloudy skies all across Michigan, but Subtropical Storm Alberto has made landfall this afternoon on the Florida panhandle. It will bring six to 12 inches of rain for the Florida panhandle, and parts of southern and eastern Alabama. The remnants of Subtropical Storm Alberto will track northward and bring showers to our area late Wednesday and Thursday.

Around Northeast Michigan, our rain chances will remain very low through Wednesday midday. Then our rain chances will increase beginning Wednesday afternoon. The highest rain chances this week will be Wednesday evening through Thursday.

On the extended outlook, another dry and partly cloudy day is in store tomorrow, albeit with cooler temperatures into the mid-70s. Rain showers will move in late Wednesday and last through Thursday. By the end of the week, temperatures will dive down into the upper 60s, and conditions should dry out heading into the upcoming weekend.