Overnight chill before sunny, warm and dry stretch
After frosty Friday start, warm stretch follows to Memorial Day Weekend, end of May.
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Elevated Wildfire Risk this Week -- DNR Daily Fire Danger Rating can be found HERE.
Light on the elevated smoke from wildfires west, mostly clear skies in Upper Michigan as high pressure build towards Memorial Day Weekend. But, as the cold north-northeast wind lingers, a few frosty mornings are in store until a warm (and dry) stretch prevails into the holiday weekend. The big bubble high steers the storm track away from the region until rain chances break through Tuesday.
Tonight: Mostly clear and chilly; areas of frost; southeast winds 5 to 10 mph
>Lows: Mid 20s/30s (coldest inland)
Friday: Areas of morning frost, otherwise mostly sunny and mild
Saturday to Sunday: Mostly sunny and warm
Monday, Memorial Day: Partly cloudy and warm
Tuesday: Mostly sunny to partly cloudy; warmer and breezy
Wednesday and Thursday: Partly to mostly cloudy with few showers and thunderstorms; warm and breezy
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