High temperatures today ranged from the middle 70s northwest of Alpena to the middle 80s south of Alpena. Where rainfall was first to arrive, the temperatures remained suppressed, and temperatures warmed greatest where rainfall was last to show up.
A cold front moving through Lower Michigan sparked thunderstorms earlier this afternoon, and it will bring colder temperatures for tomorrow and Wednesday. High Pressure centered over North Dakota will gradually shift eastward and bring clearing skies. Light winds out of the northwest will help keep temperatures cool and humidity low tomorrow.
Low temperatures tonight will cool to the 60 degree mark with mostly cloudy skies. Tomorrow will start mostly cloudy, then increasing amounts of sunshine are expected in the afternoon. High temperatures will reach the upper 70s and it will feel fresher with significantly lower humidity levels.
High temperatures will reach the upper 70s Tuesday and Wednesday. Looking ahead to the weekend, winds will shift out of the south and help boost temperatures to the middle 80s then.
Cloud cover will decrease tomorrow afternoon and high temperatures will get close to 77 degrees. Wednesday morning will start with cool temperatures, lows near 50 degrees. Plenty of sunshine is expected for both Wednesday and Thursday. Highs will reach the upper 70s Wednesday and near 80 degrees Thursday. 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.