High temperatures today reached the lower 70s for most of Northeast Michigan, except upper 60s in Presque Isle County. Winds from the north at 10-15 mph are bringing colder air to our area. In Rogers City, winds from the north were coming off of Lake Huron, the lake breeze caused cooler temperatures by a couple degrees compared to the rest of Northeast Michigan.
Much of the Midwest is encountering dry weather, although some cloud cover currently over the Upper Peninsula and Wisconsin may move through Northern Lower Michigan later tonight. After that, sunshine mixed with a few clouds are expected tomorrow. Plenty of sunshine will brighten the weekend forecast.
Overnight low temperatures will cool the middle 40s with partly cloudy skies and light winds. Partly cloudy skies will last through tomorrow morning and afternoon. High temperatures will reach only 70 degrees, light winds from the north will continue to provide these cooler temperatures.
Afternoon temperatures tomorrow will remain cooler than normal as highs get close to 70 degrees. Mostly sunny skies are forecast over the weekend. High temperatures will reach the lower 70s on Saturday, then warm to the upper 70s on Sunday. The next chance of rain will move in late Monday and continue Tuesday, while high temperatures will climb to the 80 degree mark early next week. 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.