Your Weather Authority Forecast
Another Warm Day Today but Rain Chances Arrive Late - Major Pattern Shift Coming Next Week
(WILX) - One more warm and breezy day on tap across Mid-Michigan with temperatures climbing into the upper 70′s under mostly cloudy skies.
We will see a cold front approach from the west today looking to pass through during the early evening hours. Along its passage, there will not be much moisture to work with, so there is only a slight chance for a shower late in the day. Much better chance for rain and maybe a thunderstorm arrives overnight through tomorrow, as an upper level disturbance moves in behind the front.
A cooler air mass ushers in behind the front setting up a major shift in our weather pattern. Last week we were dry with unseasonable warmth whereas the coming workweek will feature temperatures well below seasonable with periods of rain through the week. Best chances for rain will be Monday and Wednesday, but with cool air moving in aloft there is at least a small chance for showers every day as instability will be elevated and conducive to lake effect rain showers streaming off Lake Michigan.
ALMANAC INFORMATION FOR SEPTEMBER 27TH
- Average High: 68º Average Low 47º
- Lansing Record High: 88º 1891
- Lansing Record Low: 25º 1869
- Jackson Record High: 87º 1999
- Jackson Record Low: 30º 1989
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