High temperatures today warmed into the mid-50s combined with a strong breeze out of the southwest at 15-20 mph. Skies remained dry though the day, although this evening a few scattered showers will move through Northeast Michigan.
A cold front currently across the Upper Peninsula and northern Minnesota will drop southward, bringing a round of showers this evening. A couple hours of dry weather are possible, then scattered lake effect flurries will develop later tonight lasting through tomorrow morning as winds shift out of the northwest.
Tomorrow morning, expect scattered flurries and plan on some extra travel time. Temperatures will start in the lower 30s, though it will feel like the mid-20s to exposed skin with a breeze of 10-15 mph. Flurries will diminish during the afternoon, and high temperatures will reach only into the lower 40s.
After a burst of colder temperatures tomorrow, warmer air will enter Thursday and Friday. Winds out of the southwest will bring high temperatures to around 50 degrees on Thursday, then mid-50s Friday. Another cold front will come through late Friday, knocking afternoon highs down to the 40s this weekend.
Tomorrow, scattered flurries and colder temperatures will last for one day. Skies will become brighter on Thursday as temperatures warm to around 50 degrees in the afternoon. The first half of Friday should remain dry, afternoon temperatures will warm into the 50s, then showers will move in late. A chance of showers will linger on Saturday with slightly cooler temperatures, then dry weather is forecast on Sunday. 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.