High temperatures Friday got up to 44 degrees in Alpena, 49 degrees in Chicago and 60 degrees in Minneapolis. The warmer temperatures off to the west will be moving toward Northeast Michigan this weekend. Winds out of the southwest will help drive the temperatures upward for Saturday.
The upcoming weekend is looking dry with very low chances of any rain showers. Monday will likely start dry. An incoming storm system from the west will be traveling across the Upper Plains the into the Great Lakes. This will bring chances of rain to our area beginning late Monday.
Saturday: Mix of sun and clouds, warmer. Predawn lows will be in the upper 20s — warmer than the past couple of nights. Temperatures will rise to the lower 40s by the late-morning. Afternoon highs will reach close to 57 degrees. Evening temperatures will cool to the 40s.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, remains warm. Early-morning lows will be near 31 degrees. Late-morning temperatures will climb to the middle 40s. Afternoon highs will get up to about 56 degrees. Evening temperatures will head into the 40s.
Monday: Dry morning through midday, then a chance of showers arrives late-day. Predawn lows will be around 35 degrees. Late-morning temperatures will get into the middle 40s. Afternoon highs will be near 52 degrees. Evening temperatures will go into the 40s.
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