Michigan – After a cool start, it looks like the end of May and early June will be heating-up.
The graphic above shows the upper air pattern for the end of next week. The eastern half of the country remains under a ridge of high pressure. That means temperatures will stay above average for the Great Lakes.
The 8-14 Day Outlook from NOAA shows above average temperatures from May 28 through June, which includes the Memorial Day weekend.
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