Afternoon temperatures today reached the upper 70s for most of Northeast Michigan, 5 degrees cooler than yesterday’s high temperature in Alpena. A cold front that moved through our area last night has brought cooler temperatures and reduced humidity with winds out of the northwest.
Dry weather extends across the Midwest and Upper Plains. Our weather pattern is looking quiet over the next few days, other than some partial cloud cover, not much active weather is forecast through the weekend.
Low temperatures tonight will cool to the lower 50s with mostly clear skies. Tomorrow will start mostly sunny, then a few more clouds are expected in the afternoon. High temperatures will get close to 76 degrees, and winds out of the northwest will pick up to about 15 mph.
The weather is looking pleasant for any activities at the beach. High temperatures near the shoreline will reach the middle 70s and dry weather will last all day. On the water, winds will pick up to 10-15 knots and waves will run up to 2 feet high.
A few clouds will move through our area tomorrow afternoon and high temperatures will get up to the middle 70s. Low temperatures will drop to the lower 50s early Saturday. Saturday afternoon, temperatures will warm to the upper 70s with mostly sunny skies. A mix of sun and clouds is expected on Sunday and high temperatures will warm close to 80 degrees. Dry weather will likely continue Monday, then our next chance of showers will arrive Tuesday. 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.