JR’s Monday Night Weather Report
After a couple of days of good weather for fireworks displays across Mid-Michigan, Mother Nature dished up some fireworks of her own Monday as hot, humid air continued to hold across the area. Some of the storms had a little “edge” to them. Lighter, spotty showers will remain a possibility for the late-night period as lows surround the 70-degree mark early Tuesday morning.
Tuesday is going to be another very warm, humid, unsettled kind of day. A few more storms will be possible for the afternoon as a cool front drops into our area from the north. Before the showers develop, temperatures will once again cruise through the 80s, with a few spots touching 90 once again. By the end of the day, the winds will start to shift in from the northwest. This shift in the wind will open the door to some noticeably cooler air for the rest of the week.
On ABC12 News we will tell you if Tuesday afternoon’s storms may become severe, just how far temperatures will tumble behind the storms, and when more rain and garden-variety thundershowers will drift across Mid-Michigan. - JR