Cool Tonight, But Not Record Cool

Although we'll get a break from using the A.C. tonight, Flint's record low of 48° appears to be safe.

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.