High temperatures today reached the lower 70s, except at the immediate shoreline where a breeze out of the east kept temperatures a few degrees colder. Mostly sunny skies shone brightly most of the day which helped our temperatures warm, and dry weather will continue tomorrow.
Severe storms are currently unfolding in parts of Pennsylvania and New Jersey, and also in parts of Missouri, Oklahoma and Arkansas. The severe weather will stay to our south. Our next chance of showers will arrive from a weak system coming out of Northern Canada, which will reach our area late Friday.
Overnight low temperatures will drop to the upper 40s with mostly clear skies. Tomorrow will start with warm temperatures, around the upper 50s in the morning. More cloud cover is expected in the afternoon with high temperatures close to 74 degrees. Skies will likely become mostly clear again in the evening.
Tomorrow should turn out to be a nice day at the beach, although you will want to apply some sunscreen if you’re spending any significant time outside. Temperatures at the immediate shoreline will reach the 60s and waves will run very low, only around 1 foot. Water temperatures in Lake Huron remain very chilly, still in the middle 40s.
Despite some afternoon cloud cover, tomorrow’s high temperatures is the warmest across the seven-day forecast. Friday will start with dry weather in the morning and afternoon, then a few showers are possible at night with a cold front dropping in from the north. Slightly cooler temperatures are expected this weekend with high temperatures close to 66 degrees on Saturday and 63 degrees on Sunday. 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.