High pressure over the Midwest will give northern Michigan a quiet night Saturday, with an approaching warm front bringing higher temps Sunday.
Saturday night will be relatively calm thanks to high pressure moving from Iowa into the Ohio Valley. Although most had ample sunshine throughout the day Saturday, cloud cover will increase overnight into Sunday. Winds will stay light, out of the northwest.
The second half of the weekend will be warmer, with breezy southwest winds (10-15mph, gusts around 30mph) putting afternoon highs into the 30s and low 40s. Expect a little sun, and a slight chance of a sprinkle or two later in the day - maybe a few flurries as we head into the late night.
All of this is thanks to a warm front - low pressure passes us to the north - and although Monday will be even warmer, the cold front will follow to cool us right back down heading into the mid-week.