High temperatures today reached the middle to upper 70s for most places in Northeast Michigan. Highs pressure near the Minnesota-Iowa border is bringing fair weather and also circulating winds out of the northwest at 15 mph, gusting up to 25 mph at times throughout the day. Lighter winds and similar temperatures are expected tomorrow.
Partly cloudy skies will remain in our area through the weekend. A cluster of showers over South Dakota will travel toward the southeast and miss our area. Dry weather will continue early next week, until a chance of showers arrives on Tuesday.
Low temperatures tonight will cool to the lower 50s under mostly clear skies. Morning temperatures will get close to 60 degrees, and continue to climb to the upper 70s. A few clouds are expected throughout the afternoon with light winds out of the northwest.
Saturday will be perfect for any outdoor plans at the beach — dry weather, some sunshine, and high temperatures in the middle 70s at the shoreline. Winds will come from the northwest at 5-10 knots and wave heights will likely remain less than 1 foot.
Afternoon temperatures will get close to normal Saturday afternoon with a few clouds and some sunshine. On Sunday, temperatures will warm to the lower 80s with partly cloudy skies. More cloud cover will move in Monday with high temperatures in the middle/upper 70s. The next chance of showers will move in Tuesday. 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.