High temperatures today reached the middle 70s for most of Northeast Michigan. A cold front moved through our area yesterday, and winds out of the northwest have brought cooler temperatures and lower humidity. Temperatures will get to their coldest tonight, then begin a gradual warming trend later this week.
The Midwest is looking mostly clear because of high pressure anchored over Minnesota. We will continue to see mostly clear skies over the next couple of days, then some more cloud cover will likely arrive Friday through the weekend.
Clear skies, light winds and a cool air mass will allow temperatures to drop overnight. Low temperatures will get close to 50 degrees near the Lake Huron shoreline, and down to the middle 40s further inland.
It will continue to feel cool tomorrow morning with temperatures in the 50s. Sunny skies are expected all day long and high temperatures will reach the upper 70s.
Comfortable humidity levels because of dew point values in the 50s will continue for the next few days. Dew points will climb briefly for Saturday, making it feel more muggy. Humidity will drop to more comfortable levels early next week.
For tomorrow, expect plenty of sunshine and high temperatures close to 77 degrees. Temperatures early Thursday will start with lows in the lower 50s, and it’ll be another sunny day as high temperatures get close to 80 degrees. High temperatures will climb to 83 degrees on Friday with partly cloudy skies. Saturday is looking similar with partly cloudy skies and highs in the lower 80s. 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.