DETROIT – Today is Michigan Primary Day, and those of you who vote before work may still have a few showers to deal with, but those should have left the center by 9:00, so those of you who intend to vote later in the morning or tonight after work there will be no rain to deal with. Indeed, we should see some sun develop this afternoon. Temperatures will drop in the mid-1940s (7 degrees Celsius) at lunchtime, then rebound a few degrees this afternoon in the sun. More importantly, get out and vote! Michigan is the biggest delegate award on Tuesday, so let’s show the nation that voters care about here!
Today’s sunrise is at 7:53 and today’s sunset is at 19:35
Mostly clear on Tuesday evening, then the clouds increase after midnight, with lows in the low 30 (0 degrees Celsius).
It becomes cloudy Wednesday, with some light rain or possible snow showers (no snow accumulation). High in the mid-1940s (6 degrees Celsius).
Cloudy Wednesday evening, with lows in the mid-1930s (3 degrees Celsius).
Growing clouds on Thursday. High in the mid-1950s (13 degrees Celsius).
Rain is likely Thursday night, with lows in the 1930s (4 degrees Celsius).
On Friday, the clouds are expected to move slowly, with highs in the mid-1940s (7 degrees Celsius), although it will be windy.
At this point, the weekend still seems dry, as a large Canadian high pressure area will suppress the next storm system in our south. It is a cold peak, however, with highs both days in the low and mid 40s (6 degrees Celsius) with partly cloudy skies on Saturday and Sunday.
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