DETROIT (WWJ) – It’s been feeling more like winter than spring in metro Detroit lately and now, we have a record to prove it.

The National Weather Service said an all-time record low temperature of 24 degrees was set in Flint on Friday. That breaks the old record of 25 degrees set in 1996.

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But we’re not out of the woods just yet. CBS 62 Chief Meteorologist Jim Madaus said it will feel chilly on Saturday, and there’s a slight chance of rain.

“We’ve got mostly cloudy skies in our forecast and temperatures climbing only into the low 50s today — that’s at least 10 degrees lower than normal for this time of year,” said Madaus.

It might take a few more days but by mid-week, the weather should warm up and feel more like normal for this time of year, with highs in the mid-60s.

Here’s the local forecast from the CBS Detroit weather team:

Saturday: Partly cloudy. High 52F. Low 34F.

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Sunday: Sunny, along with a few afternoon clouds. High 56F. Low 39F.

Monday: Overcast. High near 55F. Low near 40F.

Tuesday: Sunshine and some clouds. High 63F. Low 44F.

Wednesday: Partly to mostly cloudy. High near 65F. Low 46F.

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