Scattered showers have been moving through Northeast Michigan. Areas of showers extend all the way to the Minnesota-Canada border. Those showers will continue traveling toward the southeast. Another round of showers will enter our area around midday Thursday.
The chance of showers will decrease tonight and stay minimal early Thursday. Then the chance of showers will increase around midday and remain medium or high into the evening.
A cold front will pass through Northeast Michigan around midday Thursday, reinforcing the flow of colder air into our area. Cold temperatures will last through early Saturday with winds out of the north. Low temperatures are expected to drop to the upper 20s early Saturday!
Thursday: Cloudy morning, then shower chances increase midday and last into the evening. Early-morning temperatures will start in the lower 40s. Late-morning temperatures will rise to about 50 degrees. Highs will be near 54 degrees in the early-afternoon. Temperatures will be in the upper 40s during the early-evening.
Friday: Lake effect scattered showers are possible. Temperatures will cool to the middle/upper 30s predawn. Late-morning temperatures will be in the lower 40s. Afternoon highs will reach only about 46 degrees. Early-evening temperatures will be near 40 degrees.
Saturday: Very cold early and mostly cloudy. Predawn temperatures will drop to the upper 20s! Late-morning temperatures will be near 40 degrees. Afternoon highs will climb to the lower 50s. Early-evening temperatures will be in the middle 40s.
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