A broad and disorganized storm system is affecting much of the Great Lakes and Midwest — snow extends from the Upper Peninsula to Kansas. This storm system will take until the weekend to move through our area. Chances of snow/rain showers will remain in the forecast through early Sunday.
High temperatures today reached the lower to middle 30s across Northeast Michigan. Skies were mainly cloudy and light winds about 5-10 mph were coming out of the east. Temperatures will get a few degrees warmer Friday and Saturday.
Low temperatures overnight will cool to the upper 20s. A few patchy flurries or areas of drizzle will be possible Friday morning and afternoon, but it won’t be anything consistent. Morning temperatures will be near 31 degrees, and temperatures will rise to highs near 36 degrees. A greater chance of a rain/snow mix will move in tomorrow evening.
A rain/snow mix will likely arrive tomorrow evening and snow showers will remain possible into early Saturday. A change to mainly rain showers is expected Saturday afternoon. High temperatures will climb to the upper 30s Saturday. A few flurries are possible early Sunday and highs will be in the middle 30s. 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.