High temperatures today reached the lower to middle 40s across Northeast Michigan, and winds out of the east are still providing chilly temperatures off of Lake Huron. Over the weekend, winds will shift out of the southeast on Saturday, then out of the southwest on Sunday, bringing warmer temperatures to our area.
A few showers are extending north of a storm system moving through Indiana, moving through Northeast Michigan this evening. Cloud cover will linger early tomorrow, then the clouds will decrease during the midday and afternoon hours. A high pressure system over southern Minnesota will bring clearing skies tomorrow, and keep plenty of sunshine in the forecast for Saturday.
Low temperatures will drop to the middle 30s tonight as showers exit our area. Temperatures will rise to about 55 degrees tomorrow with partly cloudy skies in the afternoon.
Temperatures will go on a warming trend through the weekend. High temperatures will climb to the middle 50s tomorrow, near 60 degrees on Saturday, then middle 60s on Sunday. A cold front will travel across the Upper Plains and Upper Midwest, providing a chance of showers late Sunday and cooler temperatures early next week.
We will see cloud cover clearing out of Northeast Michigan tomorrow with afternoon highs in the middle 50s. Mostly sunny skies are expected Saturday, temperatures will start with lows in the middle 30s and afternoon temperatures will get close to 60 degrees. Sunday will start with dry weather, then end with a chance of showers. A breeze out of the southwest should bring high temperatures reaching the middle 60s. 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.