LANSING, Mich. — Aside from a few passing clouds, sunshine will be out in full force for much of our Sunday. More clouds will roll in later today and stick around overnight. There is a very small chance for a quick overnight sprinkle north of I-96, but most (if not all) will stay dry.
Slightly above average temperatures make a triumphant return this week, with highs in the upper 40s to near 50 through mid-week. Showers arrive late Tuesday and carry into Wednesday, becoming breezy, as well. Travel may be impacted in a small way, but mainly due to just wet roads and wind, as temps will stay mild enough to keep snow and ice out of the forecast.
The early sneak-peek of Thanksgiving Day is looking chilly but dry across the area, with high temperatures returning to the upper 30s beyond the holiday.
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