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Some sunshine today and slightly warm, then a wet midweek

Highs will range from 65 to 70 degrees today. Tomorrow a warm front will trigger showers and scattered thunderstorms, mostly in the afternoon. Then the showers and thunderstorms will continue unto Thursday until the cold front comes through late in the day. Read More >



July, usually our sunniest month, was sunnier than average this year. This was the third month in a row we beat the average.

Drought update: Heavy rainfall was very spotty in the past week, and many of the locations in the drought did not receive the lion's share. Though local conditions can vary considerably over the course of a few miles, the broad-scale conditions remain in the moderate drought range for much of central to southeast Lower Michigan. There was some improvement in western Lower Michigan the past 2 weeks. Lansing still has a lot of ground left to gain after having its 3rd driest June on record.


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