High temperatures today only reached the mid-40s under overcast skies and winds out of the west bringing in colder temperatures.
Widespread rain in lower Michigan through Illinois and Missouri will stay to our south and move to the east. Cloud cover to the north will remain over Northeast Michigan tonight. Clearing skies over Minnesota will move in tomorrow, and more sunshine will brighten the skies in our area.
A high pressure system over Indiana will keep the weather dry and bring more sunshine to our area. Typically, cooler temperatures are seen on the northern and eastern side of the high pressure system. A cold front dropping in from the northwest will enter our area Sunday, producing a few showers, although temperatures will reach milder values. After the cold front passes, cooler temperatures will enter Monday.
Saturday will start with temperatures will start in the lower 30s during the morning hours. In the afternoon, highs will reach around 50 degrees with partly cloudy skies.
Saturday will be the drier day this weekend, though Sunday’s temperatures will be a little warmer. Scattered showers will sprinkle the skies on Sunday as highs reach the mid-50s. Showers are possible early Monday, and highs will reach only the upper 40s with clearing skies. 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.