High temperatures reached the lower 50s today in most locations across Northeast Michigan. The morning started off with lingering cloud cover, then sunshine quickly broke through the clouds midday. Winds out of the northwest picked up to about 15 mph.
Tonight will remain dry, then cloud cover currently over Wisconsin will move into our area tomorrow morning/midday. Showers currently over North Dakota will continue to move eastward, arriving on our doorstep tomorrow in the late-afternoon.
Low temperatures tonight will drop to around 31 degrees under mostly clear skies and light winds. Clouds will begin to increase tomorrow morning with temperatures around 33 degrees. By the afternoon hours, cloudy skies are expected as highs reach the lower 50s. A period of showers will likely move through during the late-afternoon or evening, along a cold front. However, the colder temperatures will lag behind the front itself.
Mild temperatures will last through Wednesday, until the colder air begins to settle in on Thursday. High temperatures will reach the lower 50s, then around trick-or-treat hours, temperatures will be close to 50 degrees at 5 p.m., gradually dropping through the mid-40s during the evening.
Tuesday will start with dry weather and temperatures in the lower 30s. Highs will reach the lower 50s Tuesday and Wednesday. After a round of showers late Tuesday, then dry weather will return Wednesday. Winds will shift out of the north on Thursday, bringing in some cooler temperatures for the end of the week. Highs should reach the upper 40s on Thursday, then only lower 40s on Friday. 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.