Low pressure exiting to the east, and high pressure moving in, will bring a brief dry out for Northern Michigan.
Showers and some cloud cover remained over the viewing area in the early morning hours Thursday as low pressure moved into Pennsylvania. Throughout the morning, some in the E. U.P. and along the Lake Michigan side saw a beautiful sunrise, while clouds lingered a bit for some elsewhere.
We'll see the cloud cover go down a bit for the morning, but expect more clouds to build back in during the afternoon. There's a slight chance for a passing shower, especially inland and towards Lake Huron. Highs will still mainly be around 70 degrees.
High pressure moves into the area, drying us out as we go overnight into Friday.
We then remain dry for Friday with plenty of sunshine and highs around 70, and that's how we'll start the weekend as well.
Things change later Saturday as the next system enters the region and causes more cloud cover, along with scattered rain. We'll see peeks of sun, but the chance of rain, along with a thunderstorm, carries into Monday.