High temperatures today reached the middle 20s for most of Northeast Michigan. Winds out of the north brought colder temperatures and lake effect flurries. Temperatures will become very cold overnight and into early Saturday.
Temperatures overnight will get close to 0 degrees. Even a light breeze will create a noticeable wind chill — which is what it feels like onto exposed skin. Wind chill values early Saturday will drop below zero for Northeast Michigan.
Saturday will be partly cloudy with cold temperatures early. Afternoon highs will reach about 19 degrees. Some breaks of sunshine are expected throughout the day.
Saturday will be dry all day. Pacific moisture will move eastward across the country, and reach our area Sunday afternoon. Snow will become likely Sunday afternoon through Sunday night. At this point, it looks like 3-6 inches of snow are expected for Northeast Michigan. The snow will clear out late Sunday night or very early Monday.
Highs will be in the upper teens or close to 20 degrees Saturday. Highs on Sunday will reach about 33 degrees with a likely chance of snow late-day. Monday will have a mix of sun and clouds with highs in the lower 30s. 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.