LANSING, Mich. — Today will be cold and breezy with steady temperatures in the mid 30s. A brisk northwest wind will keep our wind chills no higher than the mid and upper 20s. There are a few scattered snow showers moving through the region early this morning, but those should taper off around daybreak and skies will become partly sunny for the rest of the day.
Skies clear out tonight and stays cold as low temperatures drop into the mid 20s. Sunny skies expected on Wednesday will help to boost temperatures back into the mid 40s, which is near-normal for this time of November. The dry weather will continue through the end of the work week, but a few more clouds are expected on Thursday and Friday. Even with a few more clouds around, we’ll see a nice warming trend with highs climbing into the upper 50s to near 60 degrees.
Our next chance of rain will move in over the weekend. Scattered showers are likely both Saturday and Sunday with high temperatures in the lower 50s Saturday and Sunday. A cold front will move through on Sunday, leading to a colder day on Monday. Monday’s highs will return to the 40s, but it should be dry with partly cloudy skies.
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