Another dry day and slightly warmer temperatures are in store Wednesday. A storm system moving out of Colorado and New Mexico will be heading through the Plains then into the Great Lakes on Thursday.
Low temperatures overnight will cool to the lower 20s with partly cloudy skies. Some early sunshine is expected Wednesday, then cloud cover will increase. Winds out of the southwest will help temperatures climb to a high of 36 degrees.
Wednesday will be dry all day. The greatest chance of snow will move in Thursday midday and continue through Thursday evening. A few patchy flurries or areas of drizzle will be possible Friday but amounts will be very minimal.
Snowfall amounts Thursday should be about 1-3 inches across Northeast Michigan. Higher snowfall amounts will likely stay off to the northwest of our area.
Cloudy skies will move in late tomorrow and high temperatures will reach about 36 degrees. Low temperatures will get milder late-week, starting near 27 degrees early Thursday. Snow showers will be likely Thursday with highs near 34 degrees. Highs will remain in the middle 30s for the end of the week. 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.