High temperatures today reached about 30 degrees in Northeast Michigan. Although it was still cold, today’s high was 8 degrees warmer than yesterday in Alpena. Mainly dry conditions have moved into the area although skies have remained cloudy.
Snow showers currently north of Lake Superior will move south and weaken. There is a small chance for a sparse flurry in our area late tonight and early tomorrow, but most places should remain dry and not see much. Plenty of dry weather extends well west of the Great Lakes, so mostly cloudy skies are expected Friday and dry conditions will also last through Saturday.
Cloudy skies will continue tonight and low temperatures will cool to the middle 20s. Morning temperatures near 30 degrees are expected, and high temperatures will reach the lower 30s around midday. Mostly cloudy skies are expected Friday afternoon, then a little less cloud cover at night.
Plenty of clouds will hang over our area tomorrow. Temperatures will become very cool early Saturday, starting with lows near 14 degrees. A little more sunshine is expected on Saturday and highs will get into the lower 30s. Dry weather is likely Sunday morning-midday, then chances of rain or snow showers will increase late on Sunday and continue into Monday. 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.