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Warmer temperatures moving in; Mainly dry until the weekend

High temperatures reached the middle 70s for most of Northeast Michigan. Temperatures were limited by cloud cover, showers, and winds out of the northwest. Today was the last day with temperatures maxing in the 70s, high temperatures will reach the 80s as of tomorrow through the weekend.

Scattered showers and thunderstorms moved through our area earlier today as a weak disturbance dropped in from the northwest. That weak disturbance is quickly moving out. High pressure near the South Dakota-Minnesota border is taking over, and will provide fair skies with plenty of sunshine tomorrow and Thursday.

Overnight low temperatures will drop to the lower 50s and skies will become mostly clear. Tomorrow morning, temperatures will start in the lower 60s and afternoon high temperatures will reach the lower 80s. We could get some extra cloud cover in the afternoon, but generally dry weather is expected.

Tomorrow will feel comfortable because dew point values will be in the 50s. High dew points make it feel more muggy, which will happen on Thursday. Then, elevated humidity levels will return this weekend with dew point values in the 60s.

A mix of sun and clouds is expected with warmer temperatures but humidity levels will remain low tomorrow. Thursday is looking mostly sunny and warmer, high temperatures will reach near 86 degrees. A high of 87 degrees is expected on Friday and cloud cover will increase. Over the weekend, some unsettled weather is possible with chances of showers and thunderstorms. 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.