LANSING, Mich. — We start off the work week with near-normal temperatures, but we have our eye on a warming trend that will bring in a warmer air mass by the second half of the week. Temperatures will be running around ten degrees above normal by Thanksgiving Day.
A few slick spots may be possible for your Monday morning commute due to the light snow and rain that moved through last night. Our rain and snow showers are now exiting the region early this morning and the clouds will slowly thin out during the day. High temperatures will top out in the lower 40s today and then we’ll fall into the mid 20s tonight with partly cloudy skies.
Tuesday will bring increasing cloud cover with light snow showers moving in during the afternoon. Snow is expected to change over to all rain by Tuesday night. It will be chilly tomorrow with highs only reaching the upper 30s. Scattered rain showers will remain possible off and on throughout the day on Wednesday with highs climbing into the upper 40s to near 50 degrees. Showers will taper off Wednesday evening and we’ll dry out for Thanksgiving.
Thanksgiving Day will be partly to mostly cloudy and mild with temperatures near 50 degrees in the afternoon. Friday looks similar, but with a little more in the way of sunshine. Skies will become partly sunny on Friday.
The upcoming weekend will trend a little cooler with temperatures returning to the mid 40s, but it looks like we’ll see plenty of sunshine both Saturday and Sunday.
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