Cool, sunny weekend before tones of summer warmth next week
Cool breezes and daytime sun through Sunday before warmer pattern drapes over the U.P. next week.
DNR Daily Fire Danger Rating can be found HERE.
Rain chances dry out over the weekend with building high pressure, with cool but mostly sunny conditions to prevail in the U.P. through Sunday. Next week, it’s an overall warm airmass wrapping over Upper Michigan -- outside of rain chances Tuesday and Wednesday, expect re-elevated wildfire risks in the region. Towards Memorial Day Weekend, a strong Northern Plains system develops, capable of producing strong thunderstorms and heavy rain -- and with potential to impact the Western U.P. Stay tuned for updates as we monitor the track of this system in the coming days.
Tonight: Partly to mostly cloudy with rain, isolated thunderstorms gradually diminishing from west to east; patchy morning frost; blustery
>Lows: 30/40s (coldest interior west)
Saturday, Armed Forces Day: Partly to mostly cloudy with a.m. rain showers east, then mostly sunny U.P.-wide in the daytime; mild with light northwest breezes
Sunday: Scattered clouds and cool with light north breezes
>Highs: 50s/70 (cooler Lake Superior shore, warmer interior)
Monday: Mostly sunny and mild
Tuesday: Partly to mostly cloudy with scattered rain showers; warmer
Wednesday: Partly to mostly cloudy with few rain showers early; mild
Thursday-Friday: Mostly sunny to partly cloudy and warm
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