WEST MICHIGAN — (FOX 17) — Despite nearly full sunshine, temperatures only warmed into the 60s across the area Monday at a time of year when highs in the middle 70s are more common.
This map shows high temperatures across Lower Michigan for Monday. These temperatures are about 5 to 10 degrees below normals for early June. Further, these temperatures weren’t even close to setting records for the coldest June 3. On this date in 1945, Grand Rapids only had a high of 48º, while Muskegon only hit 49º. These readings established records for the coldest high temperatures on June 3 that still exist.
It doesn’t appear there’s any real heat and humidity on the way anytime soon either. Medium-range computer guidance keeps West Michigan a little cooler than normal right through the middle of June.
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