Temperatures today reached the mid-50s under mostly sunny skies and a light breeze out of the southwest in the morning and afternoon at 5-10 mph. The mild temperatures are short-lived, colder temperatures will return to Northeast Michigan tomorrow.
Currently, mostly clear skies extend across most of Michigan, Wisconsin and Minnesota. However, a few scattered showers north of Lake Superior will gradually shift south overnight, producing a chance of showers or flurries late tonight and early tomorrow morning. After that, winds will shift out of the northwest bringing in colder temperatures for a couple of days.
Temperatures tomorrow will start in the mid-30s with a small chance of flurries in the early-morning. Mainly cloudy skies will last all day as highs reach the mid-40s combined with a chilly breeze out of the northwest about 15 mph.
Cool and gray weather will move in tonight through tomorrow. Brighter skies will return Wednesday, as highs reach only the lower or middle 40s. Slightly warmer temperatures will move in for the end of the week. But after Thursday, the weather conditions will become more unsettled with chances for showers mainly on Friday and Sunday. Take a look at some new technology we are using to deliver the weather — watch the latest weather video by clicking the weather tab at the top of the page.