Some sunshine broke out this afternoon, and temperatures soared to the lower 60s. A round of showers to the west of Lake Michigan will move through our area this evening. Scattered showers will remain possible Thursday.
High temperatures got up to 61 degrees in Alpena, 71 in Detroit, and 55 degrees in Marquette. Colder temperatures will move in Thursday and continue Friday.
Low temperatures tonight will drop to about 32 degrees. Thursday will start with mostly cloudy skies. Scattered rain showers will be possible in the afternoon, then a few flurries will be possible in the evening as temperatures cool. Highs will reach about 42 degrees, and winds will be blustery.
Thursday, strong winds will come out of the northwest about 20 mph. That will make it feel quite chilly. Winds should begin to subside Friday afternoon/evening.
Expect a few showers around Thursday afternoon and evening. But Friday will be better for spending time outdoors with partly cloudy skies. Dry conditions will last all day Saturday. A storm system coming up from the south will bring showers on Sunday, and will likely last into Monday.
Thursday will be colder and windy, highs will be in the lower 40s. Friday is looking partly cloudy with highs in the lower 40s. Saturday will be a little warmer with highs in the upper 40s and increasing cloud cover. Showers will move in Sunday. 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.