High temperatures today reached the lower 20s across Northeast Michigan. A light breeze out of the southeast and thick cloud cover helped provide milder temperatures, and we will continue to see a gradual warming trend until the end of the week.
Steady snow from this morning has moved to our east although scattered flurries remain over Northeast Michigan. Drier air out of the Upper Plains will move into our area, ending the flurries and will bring clearing skies tonight. Partly cloudy skies are expected tomorrow with dry weather all day long.
Overnight low temperatures will drop to around 5 degrees with clearing skies. Temperatures will gradually rise to around 8 degrees tomorrow morning under partly cloudy skies. High temperatures will reach around 27 degrees with a light breeze out of the southwest at 5 mph.
Dry weather will remain in our area through much of Friday. A developing weak storm system over the Upper Plains will travel east and bring us higher chances of snow late Friday night (after midnight) through Saturday afternoon. Dry weather will return on Sunday along with colder temperatures for early next week.
Temperatures are gradually becoming warmer over the next couple of days as highs climb to the upper 20s tomorrow. High temperatures close to 30 degrees are expected on Friday with more cloud cover. Some light snow is expected Saturday predawn through afternoon although temperatures will remain mild. Colder air will arrive Sunday with highs in the teens. 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.