JR’s Monday Evening Weather Report

Published: Oct. 26, 2020 at 6:10 PM EDT
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With all of the cloud cover we had holding overhead Monday, temperatures didn’t move much form the morning, to the afternoon.  Temperatures held in the 40s for much of the day, with a few drops of rain and a few flurries falling from time-to-time.  Lots of clouds, a few more drops of rain and flurries will continue through the night and into the first part of our Tuesday.  Temperatures early Tuesday morning will settle primarily into the lower 30s.  Northwest of the Tri-Cities, a few spots will dip into the upper 20s.

Tuesday will begin with a few lingering drops or flakes, but it should end with some sunshine.  Highs for the day will move through the middle 40s on light breezes from the west, to southwest.  With skies clearing out Tuesday night, lows early Wednesday morning will settle into the 20s in many more places.  Readings will recover pretty well for Wednesday afternoon as bright sunshine bathes Mid-Michigan for much of the day.

We will have varying degrees of cloudiness for Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, but in general it will be a pretty quiet stretch of weather.  Thursday will see quite a bit of cloud cover for the day, while Friday and Saturday will be much brighter.  Temperatures will stay in the 40s for the end of the workweek, but with a frisky southwesterly wind kicking in for Saturday, we should see highs push back into the 50s.  Temperatures will retreat a little bit for Sunday as more cloud cover makes a return. - JR