First Alert Weather Forecast
Rain Showers Saturday AM And Snow Showers Sunday PM
LANSING, Mich. (WILX) -Even though we did not get the sunshine like we had yesterday we still reached into the low to mid fifties. Our south flow not only brought the clouds back but did transport the mild air. We will stay cloudy tonight and a few showers will be here late tonight. Lows stay in the forties overnight.
We wake to scattered showers on Saturday. Winds will be gusty over 30 mph. That southwest wind will shift to the west at lunchtime. Ahead of the cold front we will be in then mid to upper 50s. Behind the front for the afternoon we will see sunshine and slowly falling temps to the forties. We keep it partly cloudy until early Sunday when the winds shift to then northwest and bring in clouds off the lake. We will be close to the record high temperatures of 58º (1979) in Lansing and 58º (1946) in Jackson.
Sunday will be a colder day with highs in the mid to upper 30s. Clouds and a few peeks at the sun are expected Sunday. We may see a few snowflakes at times Sunday, but we are not expecting any snow accumulation. Temperatures drop back to the mid 20s Sunday night.
We start the next work week with partly cloudy skies Monday and high temperatures in the mid 30s. Partly cloudy to mostly sunny skies are expected each day Tuesday through Saturday with high temperatures in the 40s and overnight lows in the 20s.
ALMANAC INFORMATION for December 8, 2023
- Average High: 38º Average Low 25º
- Lansing Record High: 65° 1966
- Lansing Record Low: -25° 1864
- Jackson Record High: 64º 1966
- Jackson Record Low: -1º 1977
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