Today, we’re off to a city that’s been in the news a lot over the last couple years, Flint! Luckily, we’re just focused on water that comes from the sky and not from… other places.
At 1153pm EST, the temperature at Flint, MI was 36 degrees until overcast skies. A mid-level disturbance is shifting through the Great Lakes right now, which has been kicking up some light rain/snow mix over southern WI earlier today before shifting over Lower MI late this evening. This feature will shift out of the area by dawn, but not before possibly bringing some light drizzle to the area. Clouds will linger through much of the day as high pressure moves in, but should clear out some for the evening. Thursday will be a bit warmer and pleasant as high pressure sits over the region, so enjoy the sunshine! Especially since another system looks to move into the area for Friday, kicking off the weekend with rain. Womp womp. So enjoy the next 48 hours!
Wednesday: Possibly morning drizzle, then mostly cloudy. High 42, Low 33.
Thursday: Partly cloudy. High 46, Low 29.
TWC: Wednesday: Morning fog, slight chance of drizzle, afternoon clouds. High 39, Low 33.
Thursday: Partly cloudy. High 46, Low 29
AW: Wednesday: Mild with some sun returning after morning fog. High 40, Low 34.
Thursday: Some sun, then clouds and mild. High 42, Low 30.
NWS: Wednesday: A chance of rain/snow early morning, then mostly cloudy. High 38, Low 33.
Thursday: Mostly sunny. High 44, Low 29.
WB: Wednesday: Slight chance of early morning rain/snow mix, then mostly cloudy. High 39, Low 34.
Thursday: Partly cloudy. High 43, Low 30.
WN: Wednesday: Mostly cloudy. High 37, Low 34.
Thursday: Partly cloudy. High 45, Low 28.
FIO: Wednesday: Light morning rain, then overcast. High 40, Low 33.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, foggy in evening. High 42, Low 31.
There’s a few light rain showers off to the southeast, which could affect the area over the next few hours before sliding on by. Afterwards, a fairly decent couple of days coming up!