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Sharply colder air is arriving later today. Click here for an update on the Gale Warning on Lake Michigan on Bill’s Blog

BUS STOP
Warm Jacket
Long Pants
Keep Umbrella Handy

TODAY
Clouds Thicken
Mild Morning
Turning Colder Afternoon
Few Rain Showers
HIGH: 70 (Falling Temps Afternoon)
LOW: 50
WINDS: SW-W 10-20 mph

SUNRISE 7:45 a.m.
SUNSET 7:15 p.m.

TODAY A fairly strong cold front will move through Thursday bringing the chance for scattered showers in the early afternoon and evening. A few good downpours are possible but most of the showers will be scattered and light. High temperatures will still be able to reach around 70 since the cold front passes through late in the day. Expect a chilly Thursday evening.

FRIDAY A breezy and much cooler day develops behind this front. The wind will be northerly at 10-20 mph with lingering rain showers likely hugging the Lake Michigan shoreline. High temperatures will stay in the low to mid 50s.

WEEKEND WEATHER If the wind calms a bit Friday night we could see our first widespread freeze of the area on Saturday morning. Dry weather is expected this weekend with cool temperatures Saturday that will peak in the mid 50s. The weekend will end with a sunny sky and highs a little warmer near 60 Sunday.

Check out Bill’s Blog to read about the potential of a little mixed snow later this week in Upper Michigan and N. Lower Michigan.

  WEATHER HEADLINES