Today’s Forecast: Updated 9/19/2019 3:00 pm

*Mild with Isolated Showers

*More 70s and 80s

*Cooling Down Next Week

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This Evening: Clouds are on the thick side in the U.P. and North of M-32 but they are thinning out, while those to the South have a lot more sunshine. Temps are in the 70s with some 80s, much like yesterday. Winds are from the South at 5-15 mph.

Tonight: Skies are partly to mostly cloudy with the thicker clouds Norht of M-32 . Isolated showers are possible but most of you will stay dry. Lows range from 56 to 64 degrees with light and variable winds.

Tomorrow: It’s another day with sun and clouds but clouds are thicker for those North of M-32 and in the U.P. Highs remain warm reaching the 70s to low 80s. Winds are light and variable.

The Weekend: The warmth continues Saturday, with highs in the mid 70s to mid 80s. Your day is like Friday with sun and clouds but clouds thicken during the afternoon. A storm system is set to move through Saturday night bringing showers and storms. The wet weather lasts through the night and into Sunday afternoon. Skies brighten later Sunday afternoon was temps cool into the 60s to mid 70s.

Next Week: Fall officially starts Monday and temperatures will reflect that! Plan on a mix of sun and clouds with highs of 64 to 70 degrees. Sun and clouds continue skies Tuesday with highs in the mid 60s to low 70s. Showers roll in Wednesday along with temps only in the 60s.

-Tom

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9/19/19 – The recent sunshine and warmth slowed down the change for much of the region. Higher elevations are forecast at 15-30% through this weekend. Pockets of reds and oranges are certainly around but not a lot.  Colors are generally on the dull side right now, but you can find areas of bright color. The problem is that bright color is typically just parts of a tree. As seasonable air returns, you will notice the change speed up, especially in the U.P.  I suspect there will be 50% change over in many areas next weekend. 

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