After a cold Mother's Day Weekend, temperatures have slowly warmed setting up Northern Michigan for a string of mainly sunny and comfortable days.
A cold front passed by very quietly Wednesday morning with the clouds scouring out in the wake of that front. A broad area of high pressure will situate itself across the Upper Great Lakes region through at least this upcoming weekend. There was some thought that we could see a few showers/thunderstorms over the weekend, but I have removed those from the forecast as it looks dry until at least Monday.
Temperatures will sit close to 70F through Friday with low/mid-70's arriving by the weekend. The one minor concern we do have is an increased threat for fire danger as dry weather, low humidity levels, and some wind will increase that risk.
The next shot at a shower or thunderstorm rolls in later next Monday into Tuesday.