A few showers moving in from the south will affect Northeast Michigan this evening. Then some patchy fog will be possible overnight. Saturday morning will begin dry, then more moisture will move in. Areas of rain farther out to the west will travel toward Michigan over the weekend.
From Saturday midday to Sunday early-afternoon, rainfall amounts will range from about 1 to 2 inches throughout Northeast Michigan. Overall, we’re looking at lower amounts farther north and higher amounts closer to Saginaw Bay. Places north of M-32 can expect close to 1 inch of rain over the weekend. 1-1.5 inches of rainfall are expected between M-32 and M-72. Areas close to Saginaw Bay could potentially end up with close to 2 inches.
Saturday will begin dry in the morning, so that would be when to do anything outdoors. Then scattered showers and thunderstorms will move in for Saturday afternoon and evening. A chance of showers and thunderstorms will continue Sunday morning and into a part of the afternoon. Then drier conditions will likely arrive late Sunday. Monday is looking mainly dry, a better day for any outdoor activities. The next chance of showers and thunderstorms will move in Tuesday afternoon.
Saturday: Showers and thunderstorms expected at times during the afternoon and evening. Predawn lows will begin near 62 degrees. Afternoon highs will reach about 76 degrees, and feeling muggy. Evening temperatures will be close to 70 degrees.
Sunday: Showers and thunderstorms possible in the morning to early-afternoon. Early-morning lows will be around 66 degrees. Afternoon highs will warm to about 80 degrees, also feeling humid. Evening temperatures will go from the middle 70s down to the upper 60s.
Monday: Looks generally dry, mostly cloudy. Early-morning lows will cool to about 61 degrees. Afternoon highs will get up to near 80 degrees, and it’ll be a littles less humid. Evening temperatures will head from the middle 70s to upper 60s.
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