Unsettled, damp Friday and part of Saturday
Many parts of Michigan have seen on/off showers and thunderstorms rolling through. Northeast Michigan had a few showers in the early-afternoon. More moisture will move in from the southwest Friday, contributing to more chances of showers/thunderstorms.
This rainfall map shows forecast rainfall amounts through Friday night (which may not be exact). Overall, close to 1 inch of rain is expected throughout most of the area. Places south of M-72 could receive slightly higher amounts, closer to 1.5 inches.
An additional round of showers/thunderstorms will begin Saturday midday/afternoon. The numbers on the following map include what’s on the first map. By the end of Saturday night, we’d have total rainfall amounts more than 1 inch in many places, possibly close to 2 inches around Saginaw Bay (if this forecast turns out).
Dew points have increased, making it feel more humid. The air mass over Northeast Michigan will continue to feel muggy Friday, Saturday and Sunday with dew points in the 60s. Monday looks to have somewhat lower humidity levels.
Friday: Showers and thunderstorms mainly in the morning and afternoon, followed by a chance of patchy fog at night. Early-morning lows will be near 64 degrees. High temperatures will reach around 75 degrees in the late-afternoon. Evening temperatures will cool from the lower 70s to upper 60s.
Saturday: Likely begins dry, then a chance of showers/thunderstorms arrives in the midday or afternoon hours. Early-morning lows will head down to about 61 degrees. Afternoon highs will get up to near 77 degrees. Evening temperatures will be close to 70 degrees.
Sunday: Chance of showers morning-midday, then drier late-day. Early-morning lows will be near 64 degrees. Afternoon highs will warm to about 80 degrees. Evening temperatures will go from the middle 70s to upper 60s.
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