Warm air will be nice after the cold stretch we've been on, but it could lead to some problems going into Friday morning. While a good chunk of the day could remain dry, some light rain is possible towards the afternoon or evening hours. Spotty freezing drizzle can't be ruled out by the late morning but as temperatures continue warming-just spotty showers and drizzle can be expected through the evening. By Friday night, we will be back below Freezing. This is the first time temperatures have been above average since December 22nd and the first time above freezing since then as well. Temperatures this morning were in the teens (above zero) and this afternoon will be more seasonable with highs into near 30. Expect partly to mostly sunny skies on Tuesday with highs in the upper 30s to around 40 degrees, hands down the mildest day we've seen in weeks.
Temperatures climb until a cold front passes Saturday. Highs on Friday make it into the mid-50s. The heaviest rain should move in from the south Friday night into Saturday morning as low pressure moves up the coast. Rain is expected through the day and the temperature will begin falling. A few isolated light showers during the morning commute. There is potential for colder air to get pulled in Saturday that would allow for freezing rain to occur-something else not set in stone yet, but needs to be watched.
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It was a handsome Tuesday across Mid-Michigan with plenty of sunshine and temperatures jumping back into the 30s, giving us some relief from the bitter cold of the last few weeks.