Today’s Forecast: Updated 4/16/2021 11:56 am

*Decreasing Clouds, Some PM Sun

*Mainly Dry For Your Weekend

*More Rain/Snow Net Week

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This Afternoon: Clouds Try to Break Up

If you are heading out for lunch, expect dry weather and partly sunny to mostly cloudy skies.

Temperatures will be in the upper 30s to mid 40s.

Your Friday Afternoon: Dry With Some Sunshine

Expecting decreasing clouds throughout the afternoon for many.

Those of you in the Eastern U.P. and East of I-75 may hang on to cloudier skies thanks to that same Low we have been watching for days.

Temperatures will top out in the mid 40s to mid 50s this afternoon. Cooler along the lakeshore with a breezy NW wind.

Overnight: Patchy Fog, Some Clouds

Your Friday night will be similar to what you woke up to this morning, with partly cloudy skies and patchy fog.

Although there will be a tad more clearing for some.

Overnight lows drop into the 20s and 30s.

Saturday: Dry For Most, Spotty Shower East

Saturday should remain on the dry side for most with partly sunny skies.

A Few rouge showers possible East of I-75 in the N.L.P. – so have the rain gear handy JUST in case.

High temperatures 47 to 59.

Sunday: Staying Dry, Mild

Sunday will be similar, Partly sunny to mostly sunny skies.

I am leaving the rain chances out on Sunday as any weather maker will be too far from Northern Michigan.

High temperatures 45 to 60.

Next Week: A Wintry Start

Monday starts on the dry side, but showers and flakes move into the forecast by the afternoon. Snow and Mix will linger into your Tuesday. Much cooler by Tuesday afternoon.

Wednesday the storm system exits, but some clouds and lake effect snow showers hang around. Highs in the 30s and 40s.

Thursday we dry out, looking forward to the sunshine. Remaining cool with highs in the 40s and 50s.

–Meteorologist Madison Ryke

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