Updated 7:00 AM
Updated 7:00 AM
* Fire Danger is Very High to Extreme!
* Keep the Sunglasses and Sunscreen handy!
* Some Wet Weather Wednesday
Fire Danger: Very High to Extreme - Burn permits are unavailable for the entire region. Please hold off on burning until rain falls. If having a campfire, be sure it’s in a fire ring, not left unattended, and completely out when leaving. You are responsible if a fire were to develop from it.
Tree Pollen (Pollen.com): Medium-High Levels
This Morning: Clear Skies
Clear skies are the story with temperatures are in the upper 40s to upper 50s.
Only those in normally colder spots will dip into the low 40s.
Before we quickly warm up!
Winds are light and variable.
Today: More Sunshine
It’s another day of sunshine with some afternoon clouds.
Plan on dry skies with highs in the upper 70s to upper 80s with some low 90s possible.
Those along the lakeshore will be in the low 70s.
Tonight: Mostly Clear
Mostly clear skies once again for Northern Michigan.
Winds from the South/Southeast direction at 5-10 mph.
Lows will be in the mid 50s to low 60s.
Wednesday: Showers are Possible!
Moisture rolls back into the atmosphere creating a mix of sun and clouds.
Isolated rain showers are expected in the afternoon.
This will help fire danger where it rains, but not everyone will be so lucky.
Highs are toasty reaching the upper 70s to low 90s.
Thursday and Friday: Sun and Clouds
Dry skies are the main story at this time.
A shower isn’t out of the realm of possibility but the chance is very low.
Highs Thursday are in the 70s to low 90s.
Friday is a couple of degrees colder but that’s it.
This Weekend: Dry with More Sun
Both days are looking dry with highs in the 70s to mid to upper 80s.
The skies are mostly sunny and very dry.
- Meteorologist Haley Fiaschetti
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