High temperatures today reached the middle 80s in Alpena, and the warmth will continue through the weekend. Increased moisture combined with a disturbance moving across the Upper Plains and Upper Midwest will likely cause a few showers or thunderstorms Saturday and Monday, with lower chances of showers on Sunday.
We will probably notice increasing cloud cover tomorrow afternoon. Then, a disturbance moving through Minnesota and Iowa will continue to travel east, which will affect our area on Saturday. Ahead of this disturbance, winds out of the southwest will also help to bring higher humidity over the weekend.
Tomorrow will start with sunny skies and morning temperatures in the 60s. Afternoon highs will likely reach the upper 80s with partly cloudy skies. Temperatures will remain warm in the evening, in the middle 70s.
High temperatures will reach the middle 80s this weekend with a warm and muggy breeze out of the southwest. A cold front will move through our area Monday, and knock down temperatures for the middle of the upcoming week, when afternoon highs will range in the 70s.
Tomorrow will likely end up completely dry and warm. A few scattered showers/thunderstorms are likely on Saturday, then the chance of rain will decrease on Sunday. A cold front will reignite chances of showers and thunderstorms on Monday. Tuesday through Thursday next week are looking bright although cooler, going from the end of July and into August 1. 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.