Persistently Cold Across Northern Michigan

Persistent upper troughing, which has been in place during the past 5 months, will remain anchored across the Great Lakes through the first week of May. The upper trough gives an avenue for cold Canadian and Arctic air to continue filtering into the Great Lakes.


High temperatures across northern Michigan today, the first day of May, will be running nearly 10 degrees below seasonal normals.


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