High temperatures today got close to the 80 degree mark across Northeast Michigan. A gap between to storm systems has provided our area quiet weather, morning cloud cover gave way to afternoon sunshine.
Fair skies extend across Minnesota and Iowa, our area will continue to see mostly clear skies tonight. However, increasing humidity and light winds may result in patchy fog during the early-morning hours. Sunshine is expected tomorrow afternoon, until the next cold front approaches our area. That cold front currently sits north of the Canadian border and it will travel toward the southeast. Thunderstorms are possible tomorrow night as the cold front moves through our area. Cloud cover will then clear on Thursday and cooler temperatures will move in.
Overnight low temperatures will cool to the middle/upper 50s with light winds. Some patchy fog is possible early tomorrow, then mostly sunny skies are forecast for the afternoon. High temperatures will warm to 85 degrees and it will also feel muggy. A few showers are possible in the late-evening, but most of the rain or thunderstorms will likely happen after midnight.
The only notable chance of rain over the next few days will move through our area tomorrow night. After that, dry weather is expected to last from Thursday through the upcoming weekend.
Periods of sunshine are expected tomorrow afternoon, then thunderstorms are possible at night. High temperatures will head up to the middle 80s with high humidity. The incoming cold front will bring cooler temperatures and lower humidity for the end of the week. Cloud cover will clear on Thursday and high temperatures will reach the upper 70s. Partly cloudy skies with highs in the middle 70s are forecast for 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.