Good evening mid-Michigan! Our Memorial Day holiday weekend has started with some sizzle to it, as mid-summer weather continues to hold over mid-Michigan. In fact, Saturday morning lows were right about where daytime highs should be this time of year, in the low 70s.
It will be another night of warm and humid weather with lots of clouds. A splash and dash shower or rumble of thunder can't be ruled out either, but they will be brief in nature, do to a fast southerly wind. On Sunday, we'll see a few more scattered thunderstorms developing in the afternoon hours, ahead of a cold front.
If you're looking for a dry day, Memorial Day will be it as more stable and less humid air slides in.
Dry weather continues into Tuesday and Wednesday with more scattered rain and thunderstorms on Thursday. Gradually, we'll see temperatures retreat back into the 70s heading into next weekend.
Have a great & safe holiday weekend as we remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice protecting our freedoms. To those of you who have served, or are currently serving -- thank-you for your service. - KG
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