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A Little More Like January Like
(WILX) - A low pressure is headed into the Great Lakes today and it will stick around at least until late Saturday before moving east. A mix of rain and snow overnight will begin to change over to mainly snow this morning. The heaviest snow will move in around sunrise and last until the lunch hour. Snow this morning may be strong enough to coat the grassy surfaces. Snow may mix with a bit of rain at times as temperatures hover in the mid 30s all day. Once the main snow ends around the lunch hour some light snow may linger through the evening hours.
Snow flurries will be possible overnight with low temperatures that dip into the upper 20s. Saturday is mostly cloudy with off and on light snow. Flurries will stick around Sunday as well with mainly cloudy skies and temperatures near freezing. Snow this weekend may be enough for a light coating on the grass and roads.
Next week temperatures will be colder, but closer to average for this time of the year. Highs in the low 30s Monday through Thursday. Monday will features partly cloudy skies and should be dry. Another shot of light snow possible Tuesday, but Wednesday and Thursday should be dry with some sunshine.
ALMANAC INFORMATION FOR JANUARY 15th
- Average High: 30º Average Low 17º
- Lansing Record High: 56º 1953
- Lansing Record Low: -25º 1984
- Jackson Record High: 57º 1953
- Jackson Record Low: -17º 1984
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