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Unseasonable and record warmth will continue across parts of northern Michigan for another day. High temperatures will trend a little cooler today, but still will average 20 to as much as 30 degrees above average for late March
The table below shows daily record high temperatures for several locations starting last Friday and continuing through yesterday. While new daily high temperature records have been achieved at all six locations, even more impressive, all-time high temperature records for the entire month of March have been set at all locations.
Most springs, the primary growing season doesn’t begin in Northern Lower Michigan until late April or early May. This is normally when Frost Advisory and Freeze Warning headlines start to be issued by the Gaylord NWS. However, the recent stretch of record setting summer-like warmth has caused the growing season to begin roughly six weeks sooner than normal.
I'm from SW Michigan and we beat the previous RECORD highs by over 20 degrees.