High temperatures today reached the mid-60s, 66 degrees being a popular number on the local high temperature map, with a breeze out of the south about 10-15 mph. The morning and afternoon remained dry although cloudy, that will change this evening as showers move into Northeast Michigan.
Showers along a cold front currently over Wisconsin will move eastward. First, we will see showers this evening through tomorrow afternoon. After the cold front passes, winds out of the northwest will bring colder temperatures this weekend.
The highest chance of showers will occur tonight and tomorrow morning. The chance of showers will decrease tomorrow evening, as temperatures drop from a high of 60 degrees down to the 40s.
Tomorrow, high temperatures will reach around 60 degrees. After that, early-morning temperatures will start in the mid-30s this weekend then afternoon highs will reach only the mid-50s. During the upcoming week, a gradual warming trend will begin as high temperatures rebound into the 60s.
After some damp weather tomorrow, the weekend is looking mainly dry. Mostly cloudy skies and colder temperatures are forecast on Saturday. On Sunday, dry weather is expected until the evening. The next round of wet weather will move in Sunday evening lasting through Monday. 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.