Afternoon temperatures today reached only the lower teens for most locations in Northeast Michigan with cloudy skies and a breeze out of the west about 10-15 mph. High temperatures will remain in the teens over the next couple of days.
Isolated flurries around Northern Michigan could drift into our area tonight. Scattered flurries mixed with breaks of dry weather extend across Minnesota and North Dakota, so a few flurries are possible tomorrow.
Overnight temperatures will drop to a low around 0 degrees with wind chill values close to -10. Temperatures in the morning will hover around 5 degrees, then climb to 18 degrees in the afternoon. Scattered flurries are possible throughout the day with a breeze out of the west at 10-15 mph.
Cold air will remain over our area for the next couple of days. On Friday, winds will shift out of the southwest bringing warmer temperatures as highs get close to 30 degrees, and temperatures will continue to warm this weekend.
A few flurries are possible tomorrow with highs in the upper teens. Drier air begins to move in Wednesday although cold temperatures will continue, starting with low temperatures slightly below 0 degrees in the early-morning, then reaching around 18 degrees Wednesday afternoon. High pressure currently over western Canada will drift into the Upper Midwest later this week, giving us mostly sunny skies Thursday and Friday. High temperatures will climb to the lower 20s on Thursday, then warm to around 30 degrees 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.