Staying cold at night, warming a bit for highs
Mon, 28 Oct 2013 02:14:27 GMT —
Rain and snow is moving off, all except a light sprinkle to our north tonight, which means the main low pressure system is almost completely gone.
High pressure now comes barreling in but the cloud cover will stick around a bit longer, just not as heavy.
Overnight temps will drop from the extra clearing overnight allowing the daytime heat to release and drop us in to the low 30's and upper 20's.
We do start to heat up just in time for Halloween but this change is also partnered with a return of rain.
Scattered showers are likely through Friday morning at which point they become far more isolated but still hanging around Mid-Michigan.
Temperatures rising towards 60 by Halloween will offer a bit of a break from the colder temperatures and the stinging windchill.