High temperatures today reached the middle 50s for most of Northeast Michigan. For many places, this was 10-15 degrees colder than yesterday’s temperatures. Wind gusts will relax, but winds out of the north will bring cooler temperatures this weekend.
Strong winds have been gusting up to 40 mph — so a Wind Advisory has been issued by the National Weather Service. This advisory includes of all Northeast Michigan, and lasts until tonight at 2 a.m.
The storm system that brought some light showers last night and earlier this morning is now moving into the Northeast states. Dry weather will remain in our area, but a storm system coming out of the Upper Plains will travel south of our area, and bring some snow for parts of southern Lower Michigan.
Low temperatures overnight will drop to the lower 30s. A mix of sun and clouds is expected tomorrow afternoon with high temperatures reaching the upper 40s and a breeze out of the north. Similar temperatures are also forecast for Sunday.
Cloud cover will increase Saturday afternoon and evening with high temperatures in the upper 40s. Early Sunday morning, low temperatures will get close to 30 degrees. Sunday will feature abundant sunshine and high temperatures in the upper 40s. Temperatures will cool slightly on Monday with a chance of showers. Temperatures should rebound to the 50s in the middle of the upcoming week. 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.