LANSING, Mich. — Clear skies and winds shifting out of the north-northwest will usher chilly air into the region overnight as low temperatures fall into the 30s. Some cloud cover rolls in during the morning and will be on and off during the day.
While not nearly as warm as this past weekend, Monday's forecast isn't too bad compared to some of the later days this week. Each of the next 7-10 days will run well below average as conditions appear to stay mostly dry outside of a midweek rain chance.
Highs by next weekend may fall shy of 50 one or two days, with overnight lows below the freezing mark and widespread frost likely. We could flirt with record coldest high temps both Friday and Saturday for May 8th and 9th.
The "light at the end of the tunnel" might be a bit of a ways off, but long range weather models are suggesting a break in the cold pattern sometime in the middle of next week around the May 14th timeframe. Fingers crossed over here!
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