Memorial Day high broke 100-year-old temperature record; cooler week ahead
How hot was it Monday? Hot enough to break a 101-year-old record high temperature.
Jeffrey Smith | AnnArbor.com
Monday’s high of 93 degrees broke the old record of 91, set on May 28, 1911, said University of Michigan weather observer Dennis Kahlbaum.
But Monday marked the end of extreme weather for a while as a cooling trend begins. Today’s high is expected to be near 84 degrees under mostly sunny skies, the National Weather Service said. The high Wednesday is only expected to reach 69, and temperatures will drop Wednesday night to 42 degrees.
Thursday is expected to bring a chance of showers and a high of about 67 degrees. Showers are likely Friday with a high of about 61.
The chance for rain continues on Saturday with a high of 66 expected. Forecasters expect a nice day Sunday with mostly sunny skies and a high of 71.
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