High temperatures warmed into the lower 80s for most places in Northeast Michigan earlier today. Alpena and Mio were the hot spots with highs of 84 degrees. Temperatures were a touch cooler at the shoreline, reaching the upper 70s with a breeze out of the northeast.
On the wide view of the radar and satellite imagery, there are some localized showers over sections of the Upper Peninsula, but those showers should taper overnight. Plenty of dry weather is in our weather forecast through the beginning of the upcoming workweek.
The weather will shine brightly for beachgoers and boaters this weekend. More cloud cover is expected on Saturday, then mostly sunny skies on Sunday. High temperatures are forecast to reach 84 degrees away from the lakefront and upper 70s at the Lake Huron shoreline both days of this weekend. Definitely apply the sunscreen and have water on hand if you are spending the afternoon outside.
Plenty of sunshine is in the forecast for the Sunrise Side through Tuesday. High temperatures will warm into the mid-80s on Saturday, Sunday and Monday. Tuesday will be the warmest day of the upcoming week as temperatures reach the upper 80s under partly cloudy skies. The heat will come to an end on Wednesday as a storm system drops in from the northwest. 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.