Friday we get some sunshine for a while. Clouds roll in, and in the afternoon we start to see precipitation develop from west to east across northern Michigan.
Since highs will get into the 40s in some towns, you will see rain and snow mixed together in the late afternoon near Lake Michigan. And on the Huron side, since the precipitation is coming from the west, you may see sun all day, no rain at all, and snow in the evening. Wherever you are, snow is expected for all of us after dark.
Saturday will be about 10 degrees colder than Friday. Some sun will break through the clouds, but there still will be some scattered light snow.
Sunday...even colder than Saturday. Highs will be between 15 and 25 degrees. Those numbers are 10 to 20 degrees below average for the first weekend in spring. And night-time temperatures this weekend will fall into the single digits in a lot of places.
Wind will come from the southeast Friday and turn to the northwest on Saturday 5-15 miles per hour with a few gusts over 20.