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Thu March 17, 2011
Spring springing, we're headed for a warm-up today
All signs are pointing to spring as the area heads for a big warm up today.
The last piles of snow and ice on the ground could melt away as temperatures might go as high as 67 degrees today in southern Michigan, 63 in the Grand Rapids area.
From the Detroit Free Press:
"Today is going to be very spring-like," National Weather Service meteorologist Steve Considine said from the White Lake office today.
Highs will be in the mid- to upper-60s between 3 and 6 p.m., with cloudy skies and a southwest wind, he said. The average high for March 17 is 46, and the record high of 75 was set in 1945.
"We’re going to be 20 degrees above normal for today," Considine said, adding that temperatures won't get high enough to break today's record.
No snow is expected in the near term, but don't put away that shovel just yet, we are in Michigan after all.