This morning started with a some sunshine, then cloud cover increased throughout the day. However, a light breeze out of the south about 10 mph helped temperatures warm into the lower and middle 40s. Mild temperatures are expected tomorrow with highs close to 40 degrees.
Two areas of moisture will affect our forecast over the next two days. Firstly a system traveling from the Upper Plains into the Upper Peninsula will bring some showers beginning midday tomorrow. Additional moisture will come in from a storm system near the Gulf of Mexico which will lift northward, keeping the chance of rain increased through Friday.
Overnight lows will drop to the lower 30s, then morning temperatures will hover close to 34 degrees with cloudy skies. Rain showers will arrive midday as highs reach around 40 degrees with a light breeze out of the south.
The chance of precipitation will increase tomorrow, and remain elevated through Friday. Rain showers will continue from Thursday midday through Friday midday, then colder air will enter from the north causing a changeover to snow. Then drier weather will move in Friday night-Saturday.
Another mild day is coming tomorrow with highs near 40 degrees, but rain will move in midday. The weather will remain showery through Friday with highs around 37 degrees. Colder air will enter Friday afternoon-evening causing a transition from rain to snow. Cooler temperatures are forecast this weekend, early-morning low temperatures will start in the lower 20s, and afternoon highs will reach the lower 30s under mostly cloudy skies. 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.