National Weather Service United States Department of Commerce

Another cool and mainly clear night is in store for some in northern lower Michigan, but areas around the Tip of the Mitt and the eastern U.P. will have some increasing cloud cover to contend with, which will moderate how far temperatures can fall tonight, and may make stargazing efforts difficult with time.
Above normal temperatures will come to a screeching halt on Thursday as a strong cold front draws in a much colder air mass from Canada. The aforementioned front will be accompanied by rain showers beginning Wednesday evening and especially Thursday, with temperatures steadily falling through the afternoon. Additionally, as temperatures fall into the 30s away from the Lakes on Thursday night, showers may mix with snowflakes across portions of the eastern U.P. and higher terrain of interior northern lower Michigan. Trends are indicative of temperatures returning to near normal by the end of the weekend.