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Today’s Forecast: Updated 5/28/2022

*Mostly Dry this Weekend!

*Some Showers Late Saturday Afternoon/Night

*Hot Weather Early Next Week

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Your Saturday: PM Clouds – Some Showers 

We’ll start dry the day with pleasant sunshine.

Temperatures warm up reaching the 60s to mid-70s by 4 pm.

However, clouds are on the increase through the afternoon.

Around 5 pm, some of the clouds will have spotty showers with them.

So, I wouldn’t cancel any outdoor plans but have a backup plan in place.

They will be concentrated over NW Lower and the U.P.

Winds are SW/S at 5-15 mph.

Overnight: Spotty Showers

Skies are mostly cloudy with some wet weather.

If you are camping, to be safe plan on at least some wet weather.

Not everyone will get the rain, but best to be prepared.

It will be warmer with lows of 49 to 62 degrees.

Sunday: Another Chance for the U.P.

Sunday, another quick shot of moisture will move through the U.P. but that’s it.

Whatever falls will be light and won’t last long.

The L.P. is looking warm and dry.

Skies will be partly sunny and highs will be in the upper 60s to lower 80s.

Memorial Day: The Heat Builds

Memorial day is looking very nice under a mix of sun and clouds.

Highs warm into the 70s to upper 80s!

Tuesday on Next Week: Big Warm-Up and Quick Cool Down 

Hot weather returns Tuesday with 80s to low 90s forecast with sunshine and clouds.

While Tuesday looks dry, Wednesday now has afternoon showers as a cold front crosses the region.

Temperatures take a tumble Wednesday, only climbing into the lower 70s and low 80s.

We get even cooler on Thursday, dropping into the low-60s to low 70s.

-Tom

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