First Alert Weather Forecast
Few Showers Return Late on Sunday
LANSING, Mich. (WILX) - After a soggy and windy Saturday the weather is a bit more tame on Sunday, with still a few showers possible late in the day.
Early sunshine is expected today with increasing clouds in the afternoon. High temperatures make it back into the upper 40s and some spots near 50° before a few showers pop back in near the end of the day. The wind will remain much calmer than it was yesterday but falling temperatures tonight will allow a few snowflakes to mix in with the rain late. Lows end up near the freezing mark but conditions should be dry by the sunrise on Monday, which is another day with more clouds than sun and high temperatures in the lower to middle 40s.
Most of this final week of March will be spent with highs in the middle to upper 40s. There will be some spotty showers in the area on Wednesday as another weak system works through Mid-Michigan, then things settle down again Thursday before a stronger system moves in to end the month on Friday. This one brings in much more water but also some warmer air. While rain is likely for most of the day on Friday, it is possible that many locations get to 60° for the first time in 2023. Numbers will be back in the middle to upper 40s this weekend to begin the month of April with some more 50s in the forecast for the following week.
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ALMANAC INFORMATION for March 26, 2023
- Average High: 49º Average Low 29º
- Lansing Record High: 76° 2007
- Lansing Record Low: 2° 2001
- Jackson Record High: 78º 2007
- Jackson Record Low: 6º 1996
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