High temperatures today reached 59 degrees in Alpena and 62 degrees in West Branch. Some lakeside locations had slightly cooler temperatures with a light breeze coming off of Lake Huron. Afternoon highs were 50 degrees in Harrisville and 55 in Tawas City.
Skies will remain mostly sunny Friday. A cold front to our west will slowly move eastward. This cold front is currently producing a winter storm near the North Dakota-Minnesota border. It will bring rain showers to Northeast Michigan on Saturday, it will not get cold enough for any snowflakes around here. Lower Michigan will not feel much of a drop in temperatures, the coldest air behind the front will move to our north.
Low temperatures overnight will cool to the upper 20s. Mostly sunny skies are expected tomorrow, then cloud cover will increase at night. Morning temperatures will be in the lower 30s. Afternoon highs will get up to 50 degrees. A light breeze from the east will keep temperatures a little cooler near Lake Michigan, areas farther west of Alpena will reach the middle to upper 50s.
Friday will feature more sunshine, perfect weather all day to spend some time outside. Showers are likely during the daytime on Saturday, so that would be the day to have some indoor activities planned. Another mostly sunny day is in store Sunday. Monday will probably start dry, then showers will be possible late-day.
Friday will be mostly sunny although cloud cover will increase at night. High temperatures will reach about 50 degrees Friday afternoon. Early Saturday, low temperatures will be in the lower 30s. Showers will move through Northeast Michigan Saturday, in the late morning to afternoon. High temperatures on Saturday will be in the upper 40s. Sunday is looking mostly sunny with highs in the lower 50s. 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.