High temperatures today reached the middle to upper 30s across Northeast Michigan. Winds out of the southwest about 15 mph helped bring warmer temperatures to our area. Today’s high of 38 degrees in Alpena is 12 degrees warmer than the ‘normal’ value for January 22.
A storm system coming out of the Plains is bringing snow to much of the Midwest. Today, areas from the Upper Peninsula all the way to Missouri have seen accumulating snowfall. The chance of snow in Northern Lower Michigan will increase tomorrow afternoon and evening.
Mainly cloudy skies will continue tonight and low temperatures overnight will cool to about 26 degrees. Dry conditions are expected Thursday morning with temperatures in the upper 20s. A chance of snow showers will arrive tomorrow afternoon and high temperatures will reach about 34 degrees. Winds will be very light, about 5 mph.
High temperatures will be in the middle 30s for the end of the week. Patchy areas of flurries or drizzle will be possible on Friday and highs will get up to 36 degrees. Snow showers changing to a rain/snow mix will be likely Saturday with highs near 36 degrees. Sunday is looking to be dry all day. 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.