High temperatures today warmed to 53 degrees in Alpena and 63 degrees in Grand Rapids. A cold front over Minnesota, Iowa and Missouri is moving east. On the other side of the cold front, high temperatures got up to only 35 degrees in Minneapolis.
That cold front is producing mixed precipitation. In Northeast Lower Michigan, it’s going to be warm enough for rain, the greatest chance will be Saturday midday-afternoon. Clearing conditions are expected Saturday night.
Low temperatures tonight will cool to about 33 degrees. Morning temperatures will be in the middle to upper 30s with cloudy skies. Showers are likely midday-afternoon and high temperatures will reach near 48 degrees. The evening will be cloudy with temperatures in the upper 30s.
Saturday during the daytime hours will be a good period to enjoy indoor activities with showers likely. Sunday will be sunny and have perfect conditions for spending time outdoors. Monday is looking dry, but Tuesday will have a chance of showers late-day.
Saturday will be gray and damp, the most likely period of showers will be midday-afternoon. Temperatures will drop to the middle or upper 20s by early Sunday. Sunny skies will make Sunday brighter and highs will get into the lower 50s. Monday is looking mostly cloudy with highs in the lower 50s. 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.