LANSING, Mich. — Chilly air has been the story for a couple days, but recovery is expected by Halloween night.
Highs near 50 by tomorrow evening thanks to a stronger south breeze will make things feel alright for any trick or treaters, but Sunday is a different story.
By early Sunday morning some late-night rain showers will be moving out, and some may even see peeks of sun early in the day.
By later Sunday morning, a strong northwest wind drops temps into the lower 30s and will bring snow showers inland off of Lake Michigan.
While snow is not expected to accumulate here in Mid-Michigan, flurries will be on and off throughout a cloudy, windy and downright miserable first day of November.
Hopefully you have plans to spend it indoors, and hopefully you are able to take advantage of an extra hour's sleep--Daylight Saving Time comes to an end this weekend as we "fall back" an hour Saturday night.
While things stay a little breezy for Monday, a warming trend begins that will last through next week.
We'll be back in the middle 50s for Election Day Tuesday, and then heaps of sunshine and 60s highs for the rest of the week.
Long range forecast models suggest that this trend could last into the first full weekend of November, meaning that next weekend easily tops this coming one, weather-wise.
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