After what looks like a record low tomorrow morning, temperatures will recover to near 60 by Thursday afternoon!
Tomorrow's low temperature should drop into the middle to upper teens, easily defeating the old record low of 21 in Flint set back in 1935.
Another area of low pressure impacting the upper Great Lakes region on Thursday will cause our winds to switch to the south.
This should allow our highs to reach 60 in spots, especially around Flint and the I-69 corridor.
For a look at when more rain (and possibly a little snow) is expected, click on the video!