National Weather Service United States Department of Commerce

Partly cloudy skies today, with diminishing clouds late in the day. Highs today reach into the upper 40s across the eastern UP to lower 50s or better across much of northern Lower Michigan.

 

A strengthening low pressure to our west will lead to breezy southerly winds and mild temperatures Sunday, especially across northern Lower Michigan away from the coasts, where temperatures could rise into the lower to mid 60s. A boundary leaning into the area could trigger a few showers Sunday night across the EUP, but better rain chances will overspread the area Monday along this front as it drops through the area. Some thunder is expected with this as well Monday into Monday night…with improving conditions expected Tuesday in the wake of this system. Though it will be dramatically cooler Tuesday compared to Sunday and Monday…temperatures will still be at least 10-15 degrees above normal for early March.