Monday started with rain during the morning, and cloudy skies have persisted all day. High temperatures have reached the lower to middle 60s across Northeast Michigan. Winds have remained brisk all day at 15-25 mph out of the west.
Dry weather currently extends through much of the Midwest, and cloud cover will begin to clear overnight. Mostly sunny skies are expected tomorrow, but the fair weather will last briefly. Cloud cover will increase tomorrow evening, then the chance of rain will increase early Wednesday. The next storm system that will affect Northeast Michigan will be a cold front out of central Canada, which will bring damp weather and colder temperatures.
Overnight, low temperatures will drop to the middle 40s with clearing skies. By the morning hours, temperatures will rise to the 50s, and the afternoon high will reach the lower 70s. Mostly sunny skies are expected throughout the morning and afternoon.
High school softball state quarterfinals are being played in Petoskey tomorrow where mostly sunny skies are forecast with high temperatures in the middle 50s, and light winds at 5-10 mph out of the west.
Temperatures will start getting cooler as of Wednesday with high temperatures in the middle 60s. A cold front coming out of central Canada will bring showers nearly all day long on Wednesday. Showers are expected to continue into Thursday although they should end by the evening, and highs will reach only the upper 60s. A period of dry weather is expected late Thursday to early Friday, then the next round of damp weather will arrive some time on Friday. 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.