LANSING, Mich. — A Wind Advisory remains in effect for all of Mid-Michigan until 4 AM. Sustained winds will stay around 15-25 mph, and wind gusts up to 45 mph are still possible. A few power outages could still occur due to the blustery conditions.
Winds remain pretty gusty across the region right now and the wind advisories are firmly in place through 4 AM. The strong area of low pressure, which has been impacting the state since last night is beginning to lift northeast, pulling the bulk of moisture along with it. Due to its impressive strength, winds remain gusty from the west/southwest and they will stay elevated through much of the overnight hours. Showers have tapered for the most part, but I do think we could still see a few flurries this evening before we dry out overnight. Tomorrow stays breezy but we see the sun for much of the day before clouds thicken up late. A few more rain/snow showers will dart through in the late afternoon/evening as a weak system races through but by Tuesday things finally settle down.
Tuesday through Friday we stay dry and we will see a warming trend sending temps into the mid to upper 50s to conclude the week. Next weekend we see a return of unsettled conditions, but we stay warm through early Sunday. It looks like a cold front will drop through on Sunday causing temps to fall through the day, much like what occurred today, but that setup will likely not contain near the caliber winds of what we saw today.
Have a great week everyone!
-Meteorologist Caleb Meute
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