LANSING, Mich. — To get a stretch of 2-3 days with highs in the 70s in November is nothing short of impressive.
But to do it in five straight days, and six out of seven, with chances to break records over each of these next four--that's entirely unheard of.
Yet, this is where the state of Michigan finds herself as we near the end of Election Week, providing plenty of sunshine to go with the potential record warmth.
Highs in the 70s are expected to carry us into early next week before a large scale pattern change occurs by midweek.
After brief shower chances and two much cooler days in the 50s, the following days into next weekend likely keep us in the 40s, though it appears we'll see another dry period.
Below I've listed the forecast highs for the next four days, the current record for each date, and the year the record occurred. Enjoy the warmth and sunshine!
--Saturday, Nov. 7th: 73 (record is 72, 1895)
--Sunday, Nov. 8th: 74 (record is 71, 1915)
--Monday, Nov. 9th: 75 (record is 73, 1999)
--Tuesday, Nov. 10th: 71 (record is 68, 1999)
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