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Showers and Storms Ending this Afternoon

Showers and scattered thunderstorms will end this afternoon. Cooler air will move into the region. Highs in the 50s are expected through Friday, before colder air moves in for the weekend. Read More >

Cooler temperatures have arrived for Tuesday following early morning showers and thunderstorms. Clouds will hang on for much of the day. Drizzle or light rain showers may linger, any thunderstorm that may occur would be most likely south of Lansing and east of Kalamazoo.
The coldest and snowiest three months of the year, on average, are December, January, and February. With the coldest part of this winter now in the rearview mirror, a look back at each day's temperature difference from normal reveals just how sparse the cold air was in Michigan.
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