LANSING, Mich. — Record warmth over the past few days will continue into our Tuesday, but it doesn't last for long.
Temperatures tonight will hold in the lower 60s, more than 10 degrees above our average daytime high temperature of 50.
This mild start will help us climb into the low and middle 70s tomorrow before the arrival of showers along a front Tuesday night. The Nov. 10th record high of 68, set in 1999, is sure to fall.
Some rumbles of thunder could accompany these showers after dark, but the rain is all out of here before the sun comes up Wednesday.
Temperatures will be noticeably cooler past the middle of the week. While highs will end up close to average almost every day through next weekend, they will only feel very chilly on the heels of this recent stretch of historic warmth.
While long range models are hinting at another possible warm up later in the month, this would likely only raise our temps into the 60s, so it is probable that tomorrow will be the final day of 2020 to reach 70.
Take advantage of the warmth, and enjoy the week!
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