High temperatures today reached the middle 30s across Northeast Michigan. High temperatures tomorrow will be only slightly cooler. Following a cold front on Friday, much colder temperatures will move Friday night to early Saturday.
Snow showers over central Canada are moving toward the southeast. This will increase the chance of light snow showers beginning late Thursday. The first part of Friday will probably have a few flurries, then drier conditions are expected later in the day.
Mostly cloudy skies are expected throughout the daytime hours tomorrow. Morning temperatures will start in the middle to upper teens, and afternoon highs will reach about 32 degrees. The the chance of flurries will begin to increase in the late-evening and last until midday Friday, when a cold front will move through Northern Michigan.
Tomorrow will be dry for most of the day. Light snow showers will be possible late Thursday to early Friday. High temperatures on Friday will reach about 30 degrees. After a cold front moves through on Friday, temperatures will drop to about 15 degrees early Saturday. Saturday should be mainly dry, then rain showers will be possible on Sunday, changing to snow on 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.