High temperatures reached the 50s for most areas in Northeast Michigan, but these happened in the morning hours. Winds out of the northwest about 15 mph brought colder temperatures this afternoon.
Showers moved through last night with a weak cold front. Skies will clear tonight as a high pressure system near the Wisconsin-Minnesota border drifts into Michigan, and plenty of sunshine will appear tomorrow. The next cold front currently moving through North Dakota could bring a few showers to our area Thursday.
Low temperatures overnight will drop to the middle 30s as skies become mostly clear. Mostly sunny skies are expected for the morning and afternoon as temperatures warm to around 60 degrees.
The warmest temperatures of the forecast are for Wednesday and Thursday. On Thursday, high temperatures should reach the lower 60s, before a few showers move through with another weak cold front. After this cold front, slightly cooler air will move in Friday, then turning even colder Saturday with highs in the 40s.
We will see mostly sunny skies tomorrow and warmer temperatures arriving. On Thursday, the greatest chance of showers is in the afternoon. Temperatures will then cool at the end of the week. Dry weather is expected to last all day Friday. A few rain or snow showers are possible late Saturday, but the forecast for the weekend will become clearer as that weather system develops and gets closer to the Midwest. 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.