A pleasant start to the weekend so far although fog/freezing fog is possible in a few spots Saturday night into Sunday morning.
SUNDAY: While the weather remains quiet Sunday, there is the potential for some fog or freezing fog in the morning. We believe that will mix out leading to a mainly to partly sunny sky for the afternoon hours. Dry with temperatures once again about 10 degrees above normal. Highs will range from 35-44F across Northern Michigan. Normal highs this time of year for comparison are in the 28-33F range.
MONDAY: A cold front will finally push through later Sunday which will shave several degrees off of the temperatures. We will drop back into the upper-20's/mid-30's early next week. This will also bring back some lake induced clouds so it will be a lot cloudier Monday than the weekend. We can't rule out a few scattered lake effect snow showers and/or flurries but there won't be any accumulation.
TUESDAY: Clouds Monday won't last very long as drier weather works back in Tuesday leading to another chance for some rare December sunshine across the north of Michigan.
LONGER RANGE: The next chance for any rain/snow is still a way off and won't arrive locally until next Thursday when low pressure will sweep in bringing a rain/snow mix along with somewhat cooler weather into next weekend.
-Meteorologist Joe Charlevoix
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