Dry weather with less cloud cover will settle into Northeast Michigan tonight to Saturday morning. Then moisture moving northward from Texas will combine with a storm system moving in from the west. That will bring rain beginning late Saturday, continuing into Sunday.
Winds will increase out of the south Saturday, becoming 15-20 mph late-day. More blustery winds will develop Sunday, out of the west at 20-30 mph. Once winds shift out of the west Sunday, temperatures will begin to drop.
Saturday: Some morning breaks of sunshine, then clouding over. Rain will move in at night. Predawn temperatures will drop to 25 degrees. Temperatures will rise to the middle 30s in the late-morning. Afternoon highs will be around 44 degrees. Evening temperatures will settle around 40 degrees.
Sunday: Rainy and very windy. A chance of flurries in the late-evening and nighttime hours. Early-morning temperatures will begin close to 40 degrees. Highs will be close to 50 degrees around midday. Temperatures will drop to the lower 40s in the afternoon. Evening temperatures will go into the upper/middle 30s.
Monday: Mostly cloudy, then a chance of patchy showers/flurries late-day. Early-morning temperatures will cool to about 30 degrees. Late-morning temperatures will be in the middle/upper 30s. Afternoon highs will reach only about 40 degrees. Evening temperatures will be in the middle/lower 30s.
Have extra layers in the wardrobe for next week — it’s going to feel cold with afternoon highs near 40 degrees Monday, then only middle 30s Tuesday. 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.