High temperatures got up to 50 degrees in Alpena, Rogers City and Oscoda with afternoon sunshine and light winds from the south. Temperatures will be slightly cooler tomorrow, and mostly cloudy skies are expected during the daytime hours. Significantly colder air will arrive Thanksgiving day.
A few showers are possible this evening with a weak disturbance moving through Michigan. The next major storm is currently producing snow in Colorado, Utah and Wyoming. This storm will move through the southern Plains and then take a path through Northern Michigan. Temperatures will be warm enough south of the Mackinac Bridge for mainly rain. Several inches of snow will accumulate in the Upper Peninsula, over a foot in some cases. Only minor snow showers are possible in our area late Wednesday as the storm exits and colder air begins to move in.
Low temperatures overnight will cool to the lower 30s. High temperatures will reach about 44 degrees with mostly cloudy skies. Winds will be light on Tuesday, only around 5 mph.
Rain will begin late Tuesday night and continue until Wednesday evening. Rainfall amounts will likely total 1-1.5 inches for most of Northeast Michigan. A few snow showers are possible Wednesday evening but no significant snowfall amounts are forecast.
High temperatures will reach the middle 40s on Tuesday and rain will develop at night. Winds will get stronger early Wednesday and soaking rain is likely. Colder temperatures will move in Thursday with highs in the middle 30s and dry conditions for Thanksgiving Day. 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.