Sunny skies and a warming trend - WNEM TV 5

First Warn 5

Sunny skies and a warming trend

Posted: Updated:

Tonight and Tomorrow:

Good Wednesday evening! Mostly cloudy skies and temperatures that are a bit chilly will greet you if you are heading out tonight. With temperatures falling through the 40s this evening, a light jacket or sweatshirt will be needed. Clouds will gradually begin to break up and move out of the area as we approach the midnight hour. Skies will become mostly clear as we head toward dawn with low temperatures settling into the middle 30s.

All of the overnight clearing sets the stage for a mostly sunny Thursday! Sunglasses and a light jacket will be the preferred attire with high temperatures expected to top out around 58 degrees. One exception will be the Lake Huron and Saginaw Bay shoreline communities. This is the time of the year when areas near the coast tend to run cooler than inland areas when winds blow off of the cooler waters of the Great Lakes. Temperatures near the shoreline may struggle to reach the 50 degree mark due to light easterly winds of 5-10 MPH.


If you like Thursday's weather, you are going to love Friday! Mid-Michigan will be under the influence of a strong area of high pressure, bringing a beautiful (and much deserved) stretch of weather to the area. A truly spectacular day is expected with sunny skies and high temperatures topping out near 65 degrees.

The Weekend:

Summing the weekend up in one word is easy: Gorgeous! High pressure will continue to dominate the weather across Mid-Michigan. Sunny skies are expected for your Saturday and Sunday with high temperatures topping out around the 70 degree mark on Saturday. Temperatures will warm a few more degrees on Sunday with daytime highs expected to reach the lower 70s. So make plans to spend some time outdoors and have a great rest of the week!

Copyright 2016 WNEM (Meredith Corporation). All Rights Reserved.

Powered by Frankly
Powered by WorldNow CNN
All content © 2018, WNEM; Saginaw, MI. (A Meredith Corporation Station) . All Rights Reserved.
For more information on this site, please read our Privacy Policy, and Terms of Service, and Ad Choices.