First Alert Weather Forecast
Temperatures Go Even Higher This Week
LANSING, Mich. (WILX) - Temperatures today went into the middle 80s. While high clouds were around Saturday and Sunday we had sunny skies for our Memorial Day. The week ahead will inch up to 90 degrees and we will start to notice a little more humidity.
The high pressure system that sat north of us this past weekend and gave a dry holiday is moving to our east. This high will still be around to make it feel more and more like summer. The position of the high in the northeast US will mean it can pump up a little more moisture this week to add to the humidity. That is what we need if we ever want it to rain. Look for a few more cumulus clouds each day. Tuesday will become partly cloudy as we go into the upper 80s. No real front to trigger rain but there is the Lake Michigan breeze that works inland in the afternoon. This will be the focal point for a few pop up showers over the next two days. This is mainly on the west side of the state. As long as the core of the high pressure is close by we can only count on very isolated showers this week.
Upper 80s around Tuesday and Wednesday with 90 degree readings Thursday through Saturday. The weekend ahead will be the first one in June and will be very summerlike in the upper 80s to near 90 degrees
ALMANAC INFORMATION for May 29, 2023
- Average High: 74º Average Low 52º
- Lansing Record High: 94° 1895
- Lansing Record Low: 31° 1966
- Jackson Record High: 93º 1942
- Jackson Record Low: 30º 1966
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