Are You Ready for Heat? Memorial Day Weekend Will be Warm!
We've gone through some typically changeable Michigan weather these past months. Just when we thought spring finally was here, poof, we got snow. That finally melted and it started warming up, then, poof again, rain, sleet, hail...all the comforts of Michigan.
Finally, we have settled into a pretty normal weather pattern and I'm confidante spring has finally arrived. After all, Memorial Day weekend is this coming weekend, and it has to be sunny and warm, right?
Well, finally our Fox17 meteorologists are forecasting what we have been waiting for, even better weather than this past weekend.
For May 28 through June 3, Kevin Craig and his gang of forecasters are actually saying that it will be warmer than average. Our near-normal highs tend to be around 72° this time of year, and for this coming holiday weekend we can expect temperatures in the upper 70s and lower 80s. That will be so sweet!
That's okay, but what about rain?
That will for sure put a damper on holiday plans. The good news is that even though our normal precipitation is around 0.60" and forecasts call for the dry pattern to continue through the holiday weekend. Hip hip hooray!!!
Even this week is setting us up for warmer conditions and sunny conditions. With high temperatures by the start of the holiday weekend rising to 80°. This is great especially since the past two years we barely made it out of the 60s for a high.
Grab the sunscreen lotion. Sure don't want to begin summer with a big burn!
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