Partly cloudy skies are currently over Northeast Michigan during a brief dry break before a cold front passes through tomorrow. A band of clouds and showers will continue to move towards Northern Michigan, bringing some scattered showers and a risk of thunderstorms tomorrow.
High temperatures today warmed into the lower 80s, except at the immediate shoreline where afternoon temperatures were in the middle and upper 70s. High temperatures will reach similar values tomorrow, Friday and Saturday.
In the morning, mostly cloudy skies will cover most of Northeast Michigan with temperatures in the upper 60s. The risk of any scattered thunderstorms will be greatest in the afternoon, as high temperatures warm into the lower 80s.
A chance of scattered thunderstorms will be confined to areas mainly south of Alpena, beginning around lunchtime tomorrow. By the evening, clearing skies will spread across the area as temperatures drop close to 70 degrees.
Mild temperatures will continue for the rest of the week. Tomorrow, temperatures will reach a high of 82 degrees in Alpena, though note the mentioned risk of thunderstorms to the south. Bright skies will shine on Friday with a high near 81 degrees. The dry weather will continue through the weekend, and by Sunday afternoon temperatures will warm up to the mid-80s. 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.