High temperatures today reached close to 70 degrees. Cloud cover this morning cleared for the afternoon and evening hours. Light winds out of the north about 5-10 mph with less of a flow off of Lake Huron kept temperatures nearly uniform across Northeast Michigan.
Dry weather over our area will continue tomorrow and likely through Saturday. A storm system over the Plains will shift eastward and bring showers/thunderstorms to our area on Sunday. Temperatures will also gradually warm through the middle of next week.
Low temperatures tonight will drop close to 50 degrees. A few clouds are expected in the morning, then becoming mostly sunny in the afternoon with highs in the lower 70s. Temperatures will remain mild into the evening hours, around the lower 60s by then.
The beach and boating outlook is looking pleasant for any outdoor plans. Mostly sunny skies are expected with light winds out of the north about 7 knots and waves running about 1 foot high. The water temperature of Lake Huron has warmed slightly over the past couple of weeks, now reading in the lower 50s.
Friday will be bright with plenty of sunshine and high temperatures in the lower 70s. Low temperatures early Saturday will drop to the middle 40s, clouds will increase throughout the day as high temperatures get close to 72 degrees. A few showers and thunderstorms will likely arrive on Sunday as afternoon temperatures warm to the middle 70s. Highs in the middle 70s are also expected on Monday with a chance of showers/thunderstorms. 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.