SOUTHFIELD (WWJ) – Forecasters predict June and July will be warmer than normal, despite the below normal start so far in June. But August is expected to be slightly cooler than normal.
CBS 62 Chief Meteorologist Jim Madaus tells WWJ that we’re coming out of one of the warmest Springs ever and the warm patttern doesn’t look like it will let up.
“So get ready for some heat,” said Madaus.
The National Weather Service says the jet stream over the Pacific coast could result in temperatures over southeast Michigan taking a step down toward the end of summer.
Forecasters also predict near normal rain.