*A Nice Evening… for most.
*Warmer Tuesday With More Sun
*Very Few Showers Forecast Until Late Saturday
This Evening: Most of the L.P. is nice and sunny but NE Lower still has clouds and fog hanging around. That goes the same for parts of the U.P. where the fog is very thick in spots. Temps range from the 50s with the clouds to the 70s with lots of sunshine. Winds are not strong at only 5-15 mph.
Tonight: Skies start clear for many, but clouds and fog redevelop through the night. Lows are mild with readings in the 50s and light and variable winds.
Tomorrow: Get ready to enjoy a brighter and warmer Tuesday! Skies start with some clouds and fog but everyone will have more sun during the afternoon. Highs reach the 70s with a few 80s’s possible. Wind are SE/S at less than 12 mph.
Wednesday & Thursday: Wednesday looks even nicer, with mostly sunny skies. Highs will be in the mid 70s to low 80s. There isn’t much change for Thursday as only some clouds develop during the afternoon. While a shower isn’t out of the question, the odds are very small… so get out and enjoy the day.
Friday & The Weekend: Things don’t change much Friday with more 70s to low 80s forecast under partly sunny conditions. Saturday starts quiet but clouds build in during the afternoon with scattered showers and storms rolling in late. Highs will be in the 70s. Sunday is on the cloudy side with scattered showers and cooler temps!
9/13/19 – Fall colors have started but so far are limited. There are some pockets of color not a whole lot at this point. The last couple of years the fall color was slow to change due to warm temps and plenty of sunshine. That is NOT the case this year! You should expect a normal season of change with the U.P. counties peaking in Late September to Early October, and much of our Lower Peninsula peaking in Early to Mid October. Weather conditions will play a part in how fast things change and the next 10 days are on the warm side. Stay tuned to the Doppler 9&10 Weather Team for weekly updates on how the colors are changing and when peak is expected.
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