Don't Expect Another Snow Day in Bloomfield, 'Heat Wave' Moving In
The Bloomfield area and much of southeast Michigan will see temperatures hovering near 60 degrees Tuesday.
Monday's icy weather conditions marked the first official 'snow day' of 2013 for public and private school students in Bloomfield and Bloomfield Hills. Don't expect another one on Tuesday.
The National Weather Service predicts temperatures will continue to rise to 57 degrees Tuesday. But don't get those golf clubs out to head to Carl's Golfland or throw on the those running shoes for a few laps around the Lahser High School track just yet. The high temps will bring rain showers much of the day.
Winter is scheduled to return by Wednesday night with a mix of rain and snow, and temperatures will plummet to 24 degrees by Thursday, the NWS forecast shows.
The wild weather makes life confusing enough for commuters and parents of school-age children, but imagine how Michigan's rodent weather prognosticator Woody feels. She will have to predict whether the state will experience an early spring Saturday during a Groundhog Day ceremony at the Howell Nature Center. Last year, she forecast an early spring.
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