Upper Michigan is currently wedged between two different systems. A frontal boundary to our north is sinking into Upper Michigan from Canada. That is bringing a few showers along with it and could bring some rain to the Keweenaw Peninsula as well as parts of the western U.P. As the front approaches us, a lot of that rain will manage to diminish into the overnight hours. Another system to our south is lifting north with a bigger area of rain. However that area of rain is expected to stay mainly south of Upper Michigan. There is a chance that a few showers could sneak into the southern and eastern parts of Upper Michigan as a result of that system.
Showers could linger into the day on Saturday. The best chances to see rain will be in the southern and eastern portions of Upper Michigan as the system stays to our south. Later in the day, the rain should taper off and the sun will gradually peek through the clouds from west to east. Highs will be similar to what we saw today, topping out in the upper 60's near the Lake Michigan shoreline and the mid to upper 70's elsewhere.
Sunday will be much brighter and warmer; a few clouds will hang on, otherwise plenty of sunshine and temperatures rising into the 70's and possibly the low 80's.
Into next week temperatures will continue to climb into the 80's and stay above average for the foreseeable future. Rain will be sparse, but there is a chance to see scattered showers Wednesday and Thursday.