Windy Friday, then shower chances over the weekend
Isolated showers will be possible tonight as a cold front heads eastbound out of the Upper Peninsula and Wisconsin. Behind that, high pressure over central Canada will built into the Great Lakes region, bringing clearing skies. A sunny afternoon is on tap for Friday.
Strong, gusty winds will develop overnight into early Friday which will last most of the day. Winds will blow out of the northwest at 20-25 mph. The northwest wind direction will keep temperatures cool.
Friday will be completely dry with plenty of sunshine. A chance of showers will move in around the late-morning Saturday and continue until the early afternoon. There will be plenty of dry weather Saturday in the early-morning and then again late-day. Dry weather will last through the first half of Sunday. the more widespread showers will move in late-day Sunday.
Friday: Becoming sunny and windy. Early-morning lows will cool to about 35 degrees. Afternoon highs will be near 50 degrees. Evening temperatures will head from the middle 40s to the upper 30s.
Saturday: Cool early, A chance of showers around midday. Predawn lows will drop to about 29 degrees. Warm temperatures build in for the afternoon, reaching highs close to 62 degrees late-day. Evening temperatures will be mainly in the 50s.
Sunday: Starts dry, then showers will move in late-day. Early-morning lows will be near 40 degrees. Afternoon highs will reach about 55 degrees. Evening temperatures will be near 50 or the upper 40s.
More showers are likely 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.