High temperatures as of 6 p.m. reached 52 degrees in Alpena, 53 in Houghton, and 63 in Saginaw. A warm front is slicing through Michigan, notice that temperatures were in the 40s and 50s north of the warm front, but south of the warm front temperatures climbed to the 60s and 70s. Warmer temperatures are on the way in tomorrow with a greater amount of sunshine (but not because of the warm front).
Showers moved through northern Michigan earlier today. Tonight, skies will be cloudy with some pockets of mist. We should see some clearing advancing in from the northwest tomorrow. There could be a spotty shower during the daytime hours, and breaks of sunshine are also expected.
Temperatures overnight will remain mild, in the middle 40s with cloudy skies. Morning temperatures will be near 50 degrees with a chance of showers mainly south of Alpena. There could be a spotty shower in the afternoon, but highs will warm to about 65 degrees. The evening will be partly cloudy with temperatures in the middle 50s.
Highs Friday afternoon will reach the middle 60s. The weekend will be a little cooler with winds out of the east, blowing off of Lake Huron. Highs Saturday will be in the upper 50s, then lower/middle 50s on Sunday. A warming trend is in store next week. Highs will be in the lower 60s Monday, middle 60s Tuesday, and probably warmer after that.
Friday will have some sun, maybe the odd shower, and warmer temperatures getting up to about 65 degrees. Saturday will be the dry half of the weekend with a mix of sun and clouds and highs near 59 degrees. A storm system from the southern Plains will move into our area Sunday, it will be rainy with cooler temperatures. Clearing skies are expected Monday. 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.