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Shower possible early Saturday; Mainly dry weekend

High temperatures today got close to 80 degrees with mostly clear skies. A weak cold front will move through our area early tomorrow and bring slightly cooler temperatures for tomorrow afternoon.

The cold front is currently over the Upper Peninsula and Minnesota. It will shift toward the southeast, and bring a chance of showers in the early-morning. Cloud cover will then clear in the afternoon, and the cold front will also maintain low humidity levels for Saturday.

Tropical Storm Barry continues to slowly move from the Gulf of Mexico to the Louisiana coast. It is still on track to bring torrential rainfall amounts of 12 to 24 inches to parts of central and eastern Louisiana. It will then proceed north and weaken to a tropical depression on Sunday.

Low temperatures tonight will drop to the lower 60s. A few showers are possible in the early-morning. High temperatures tomorrow will reach the upper 70s with clearing skies. Completely clear skies will arrive by tomorrow evening.

Most of tomorrow except for the early-morning will likely end up dry. Clearing skies tomorrow will give way to sunny skies on Sunday. The temperatures will begin to get warmer with afternoon highs in the lower 80s. Temperatures will reach the middle 80s on Monday with increasing clouds. After that, humidity will increase in addition to a chance of showers and thunderstorms on 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.