Lake effect rain showers have persisted today along the shorelines of the Great Lakes of northerly winds. By the time football games have their kickoff, most of the showers should be away from land but some areas will still have a chance for an isolated shower to linger. The closer you are to the shore, the better chance you might have of a shower for football time.
As lake effect showers taper off and we get more breaks in the clouds, the temperatures will drop quickly tonight into the 30s for many. Interior locations may take a running at upper 20s for early tomorrow morning. Areas of patchy frost will be present for those with clear skies overnight. A Frost Advisory is in effect for Lake, Osceola, Clare, Newaygo, Mecosta, and Isabella counties until 10am Sunday. Most of northern Michigan is not under the advisory due to a difference in growing seasons. It will still be quite chilly for all.
Saturday lake effect clouds will linger for areas west of I-75. Areas elsewhere will have lots more sunshine for the day on Saturday. Temperatures will remain seasonably cool in the upper 40s and low 50s. Clouds will then increase for everyone by Saturday night.
Today's Record Temperatures