High temperatures today reached the lower 50s across Northeast Michigan. Mostly sunny skies prevailed combined with winds out of the southwest about 15 mph, which helped bring the warmer temperatures.
The cloudy and cool weather we felt yesterday has shifted to the northeast, allowing warm temperatures from the west to enter our area. Dry conditions will last through tomorrow morning, then a cold front currently across sections of southern Canada will drop southward. Showers will enter Northern Michigan Friday afternoon and rain chances will increase into tomorrow evening.
Tomorrow will start with partly cloudy skies and mild temperatures in the 40s. Before an incoming cold front, temperatures will likely reach the upper 50s in the afternoon. The chance of showers will gradually increase during the afternoon, then showers are likely tomorrow evening.
Ahead of the cold front, a warm breeze out of the southwest will last through Friday afternoon. Showers will move through just ahead of the cold front. After the cold front passes through Northeast Michigan, winds out of the northwest will take over, bringing colder temperatures on Saturday.
After a warm day tomorrow, colder temperatures will return behind the cold front. A lower chance of showers will linger on Saturday with highs only reaching the lower and middle 40s. Drier weather is expected Sunday with a mix of sun and clouds and highs in the lower 40s. Temperatures will rebound slightly on Monday, reaching close to 50 degrees. 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.