Several areas of Mid-Michigan had record-setting lows this morning.
For example, Flint hit a record low temperature of 47.
This broke the old standard of 48 set on this date in 1955.
Vassar (46), Durand (48), Port Hope (48), and Auburn (43) also set new record lows.
Tonight will still be a little bit below average for this time of year, but we're not expecting record-setting temperatures.
A light south wind along with a few more clouds should keep most of us in the 50s.
Tomorrow's highs will range from the mid 70s north to near 80 along the I-69 corridor.
A cold front will bring a few showers and storms to the area by late afternoon and evening.
Behind this front, unseasonably cool air will fill into the region for the weekend.