Easter Weekend is upon us, and so is a needed change in the weather! We just have to clear one more hurdle.
Current Weather Alerts
Lakeshore Flood Advisory: in effect for the counties of Bay, Huron, Tuscola until 10 PM .
Flood Warning: Saginaw River in Bay and Saginaw counties until 11 PM Sunday.
For more specific information, head to our Weather Alerts page.
We'll gradually dry out Saturday evening under partly to mostly cloudy skies with winds dying down. The good news is this trend looks to take us going right into Sunday.
Winds will continue to stay very breezy out of the north northeast into the evening around 15-25 mph; gusting to 30+ mph before diminishing into the overnight. This will continue the chances for lakeshore flooding along the east side of the state.
We'll cool down into the mid and upper 30s tonight.
Despite a cool start to Sunday, a good amount of sunshine looks to return just in time for the holiday!
This should allow a nice warm up into the mid and upper 60s for Sunday afternoon.
Winds look to stay generally light throughout the day. Should be a decent enough day to fire up the grill or just enjoy some time outdoors with friends and family.
Have a safe and wonderful Easter weekend!
The start to the new week look to arrive on a dry note. We do expect a decent amount of sunshine into the first half of the day. Increasing clouds will look to to arrive into the afternoon and evening.
A few showers and even thunderstorms are forecasted to arrive to Mid-Michigan late Monday night into Tuesday. Good news is nothing looks severe at this point; just a few rumbles of thunder.
Temperatures will be the bigger story. Highs are projected to reach the highest we've seen all year so far. Expect the low to mid 70s by the afternoon hours.
Remember, you can always get your extended forecast on your terms, 24/7, by checking out the First Warn 5 7 Day Forecast in the weather section on our homepage!