A cold front exiting the Great Lakes Thursday morning will push the last batch of showers out of the region this morning, before drier air works its way in. Morning clouds in the lower peninsula, and some locally dense fog near the straits, will give way to afternoon and evening sunshine for all. High temperatures will range from the mid 70s to the mid 80s with a light northerly wind.
Thursday night, one last batch of energy will work through the region, but with limited moisture, only increased clouds are expected late in the overnight. Lows generally in the 50s across northern Michigan, with a couple spots near 60.
After some Friday morning clouds, high pressure builds in directly overhead by the second half of the day, setting up for mostly sunny skies and a gorgeous summer day. Highs in the 70s for most, with a few southern communities nearing the 80 degree mark.
Saturday and Sunday will be the same story, with sunny skies during the day and clear skies at night. Temperatures will be normal for late July standards - upper 70s in the Upper Peninsula, lower 80s in the Lower.
-Meteorologist Blake Hansen
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