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More cool weather tomorrow, but drier with sunshine

Temperatures for most of Northeast Michigan reached highs in the lower to middle 70s. Winds out of the northeast, off of Lake Huron, helped to bring these cooler temperatures to our area. The one standout was West Branch, located farther south and farther away from Lake Huron, where the high temperature reached the lower 80s.

A few showers zipped through our area earlier this afternoon. It wasn’t a long-lived event, and some areas (mostly south of Harrisville and Mio) stayed rain-free. Drier air is moving in for tomorrow, and cloud cover is forecast to partially clear, also much of Thursday is looking dry.

Mostly cloudy skies will remain overhead tonight, and low temperatures will cool to the lower and middle 50s. More breaks of sunshine are expected tomorrow, but high temperatures will reach only the lower 70s with light winds out of the northeast.

Humidity levels will remain comfortably low over the next few days, dew points will remain in the 50s through Friday. Humidity will increase this weekend and high temperatures will get warmer, so it will feel like summer again over the weekend.

Tomorrow is looking completely dry with partly cloudy skies and high temperatures close to 72 degrees. Most of Thursday will probably remain dry, but an isolated shower is possible during the afternoon. Temperatures will start in the lower 50s early Thursday, and climb to highs near 72 degrees Thursday afternoon. Winds will shift out of the south late-week, bringing warmer temperatures as of Friday. 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.