GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – Our November “warm wave” continues and Grand Rapids has set a new record high for November 4.
As of 3:00pm, the temperature in Grand Rapids was 74 degrees, breaking the record of 73 set back in 2008. Yesterday, Grand Rapids tied the high record for the date of 76, which was set in 1938. Muskegon tied a record of 70 yesterday as well.
Lansing set a new record yesterday of 77, breaking a record from 1938.
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