High temperatures this afternoon reached the middle 80s away from the shoreline with sunny skies and light winds. Local breezes out of the southeast kept temperatures slightly cooler at the shoreline where afternoon highs reached the upper 70s.
Mostly clear skies will continue this evening. A weak disturbance instigating scattered showers and thunderstorms could produce a few isolated showers tomorrow near our area. The chance of rain is looking very minimal, and most areas will probably remain dry. Mostly sunny skies are expected Sunday with seasonable temperatures. A storm system currently coming ashore the west coast will travel across the Upper Plains and move into our area on Monday.
Low temperatures will cool to the lower 50s overnight. Temperatures will rise to the 60s tomorrow morning, then afternoon temperatures will peak in the lower 80s. A small chance of showers could materialize especially south and west of Alpena — but most of the area should see plenty of dry weather.
High temperatures at the shoreline will reach the middle to upper 70s. Tomorrow should end up mostly dry, winds and waves will be light as well. Sunday is nearly guaranteed to be dry and bright, another beauty for any outdoor plans.
Tomorrow, a mix of sun and clouds is expected with only a minimal chance of showers. High temperatures will reach the lower 80s both Saturday and Sunday. Mostly sunny skies are likely on Sunday. The next storm system moving in from the west will produce a chance of showers and thunderstorms on Monday. After that, cooler temperatures will arrive in the middle of next week. 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.