High temperatures across most of Northeast Michigan reached the lower 50s with cloudy skies and winds out of the northwest at 10-15 mph. Some areas of Iosco and Ogemaw counties reached the upper 50s, while temperatures were cooler in Presque Isle county.
Cloudy skies remained in place all day due to a weak cold front draped across our state. The cloud cover will decrease tonight and much more sunshine will appear tomorrow, as high pressure currently over North Dakota glides toward Northern Michigan.
Tomorrow will start with sunny skies and morning temperatures in the middle 20s. High temperatures will reach around 43 degrees in Alpena with mostly sunny skies in the afternoon. Temperatures will likely reach a few degrees warmer for more inland areas, including Oscoda and Ogemaw counties. Cloud cover will increase tomorrow evening as temperatures drop to the lower 30s.
On Saturday, winds will increase out of the north, bringing cooler temperatures. A storm system moving from the Plains to Lower Michigan will bring a chance of snow showers or wintry mix to Northeast Michigan. Temperatures will cool further on Sunday, although the second half of the weekend will end up drier and brighter.
Mostly sunny skies and high temperatures in the lower to middle 40s are expected tomorrow afternoon. A storm system approaching from the south will give us a chance of snow showers or a rain/snow mix on Saturday. On Sunday, high temperatures will get only to the middle 30s, although likely brighter as skies gradually become mostly sunny. Dry weather remains in our area on Monday with temperatures warming to the middle 40s. 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.