After a cool Tuesday afternoon, we jumped headlong into early-Summer again on Wednesday. Highs found their way into the upper 70s and low 80s, accompanied by end-to-end sunshine. Sun's not going anywhere just yet, but out temperatures are going to be an interesting story.
LAKESHORE FLOOD ADVISORY in effect for HURON and SANILAC Counties from 8:00 AM until 10:00 PM Thursday. More information at our Weather Alerts Page.
If you opted for the air conditioning on Wednesday, go ahead and shut if off overnight in favor of open windows. High pressure wedging in over the Great Lakes will keep our skies clear and out temperatures pleasant. Lows will settle into the low and middle 50s, with a faint WSW wind at 3-6 mph.
Starting off Thursday morning, temperatures will remain in 50s for most, closer to the 40s along the lakeshore. Throughout the day, a weak cold front will be moving through Mid-Michigan.
This will significantly affect high temperatures depending on your location. The farther inland you are, expect highs to be warmer, reaching the upper 60s and low 70s. Closer to the lakeshore, highs look to only reach the 50s, perhaps reaching the low 60s.
But, skies look to stay clear and sunny throughout the day, which is some better news!
For a look at the weekend, Get the First Warn 5 7-Day forecast here.
Have a great night everyone!
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