LANSING, Mich. — The unseasonably warm air sticks around for one more day, and then we are looking at a big cool-down tomorrow. High temperatures will run around 20 to 25 degrees above normal today, likely setting another daily record high temperature. Highs expected to reach around 73° today, the current record is 68° set back in 1999.
Skies won’t be quite as sunny as yesterday, but we’re still in for a beautiful Tuesday. Plan for skies to become mostly cloudy today with a few peeks of sunshine and temperatures reaching into the lower 70s this afternoon. A strong cold front will move through tonight, which will trigger scattered showers and thunderstorms. The rain will move through the state in a line and heavy rain and gusty winds will be possible overnight.
Following the cold front, colder air will pour into the region for Wednesday. Tomorrow’s daytime high temperatures will likely only be in the upper 40s. Thursday and Friday look quiet and seasonable with high temperatures in the upper 40s and low 50s under mostly sunny skies.
Our next chance of rain will move in over the weekend. Saturday should be fairly quiet with increasing cloud cover, and then rain mixed with some snow is possible Saturday night and into Sunday morning. The showers should only be isolated on Sunday, so it will not be a washout. High temperatures will be in the upper 40s on Saturday and mid 50s on Sunday.
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