Severe weather rumbled across mid-Michigan Saturday to kick off our Memorial Day holiday weekend.
Trees were uprooted, power-lines fell, with more than 8,000
Consumers Energy customers without power Sunday morning.
There were wind gusts up to 60 mph, and up to 1" hail.
An isolated thunderstorm is possible with the heat of the day Sunday,
as temperatures rise to record territory around 90 degrees.
We could break records in both Flint and Saginaw if we reach my forecast high of 91.
Our summer-like swelter continues with lots of sunshine for both Memorial Day and Tuesday with highs continuing way above our normal of the lower 70s for this time of year.
Slightly cooler weather is expected Wednesday and Thursday, back into the 80s with a better chance of rain and thunderstorms, the remnants of "Alberto."
By the end of the week, we'll see more sunshine, while temperatures settle back into the 70s. - KG