High pressure continues to keep northern Michigan in pleasant weather to end the week.
High pressure is located over Wisconsin/Lake Michigan and will pass through the Great Lakes region eastward Thursday.
Although we started the morning with foggy conditions - very dense in some areas - the fog will continue to burn off and give way to sunny skies.
Winds will be out of the south Thursday, at 5-15mph, as the high pressure system moves eastward.
We have another night of clear skies ahead of us, and expect fog to form again late Thursday night and into Friday morning.
The good news for all of your fall plans? You'll have good weather continuing! Lots of sunshine for both Friday and Saturday, with highs mainly in the low 70s. Low temperatures will only be in the 40s and 50s, so evenings won't be frigid and frost isn't a concern for the next few days.
Saturday looks to be a bit breezy, and with our lack of rainfall and warm temps, the fire danger is expected to become a bit elevated. Just keep an eye on permits if you're having a campfire or planning on burning this weekend.
Cloud cover will increase Saturday evening, and we'll see rain showers pass through with a cold front overnight into Sunday. We'll get some needed rain and our temperatures will only drop into the 60s and sunshine returns Sunday - still plenty of nice fall weather ahead!