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Temperatures will be on a downward trend later this week, as fall-like weather arrives to the Upper Peninsula. A cold front would be a few showers and thunderstorms late Tuesday/Tuesday night, otherwise dry conditions will prevail along with breezy conditions each day.
GUSTY SOUTHWEST WINDS AS HIGH AS 15 TO 20 MPH, COMBINED WITH DRY, WARM CONDITIONS, AND A LACK OF RECENT RAINFALL WILL LEAD TO ELEVATED WILDFIRE POTENTIAL THIS AFTERNOON ACROSS PORTIONS OF CENTRAL AND EASTERN UPPER MICHIGAN.