High pressure centered east of Lake Huron brought mostly clear skies to Northeast Michigan today. Clouds will increase overnight ahead of the next storm system. A low pressure system centered over Colorado will travel toward the northeast, through Nebraska, Iowa, Wisconsin and northern Michigan. This will bring rain, starting Saturday afternoon.
High temperatures today reached 47 degrees in Alpena and 45 degrees in Oscoda. A breeze out of the E/SE kept temperatures a little cooler near the Lake Huron shoreline. Afternoon highs reached 55 degrees in Mio and 51 in West Branch.
Low temperatures overnight will be around 31 degrees. Tomorrow morning will be mostly cloudy with temperatures in the lower/middle 30s. Rain will move in for the afternoon and evening. High temperatures will reach close to 44 degrees, and winds will come from the east about 10 mph.
Rainfall amounts through Saturday and Sunday will be about 0.75-1 inch across Northeast Michigan. The heaviest rainfall is expected Saturday evening and scattered showers will remain possible for much of Sunday.
Saturday afternoon and evening will be wet, and high temperatures will be in the middle 40s. A breeze from the south will raise temperatures to the lower 50s on Sunday and scattered showers are expected. Monday will be mostly cloudy with highs in the middle 40s. 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.