With just one day before absentee voting begins in Michigan, 16 News Now reporter Ibrahim Samra explains everything you need to know before you can cast your ballot. Plus, why officials are asking voters to turn in their ballots early this election season.
STILL LOOKING NICE... We all know that this string of nice days will come to an end at some point, but it sure doesn't look like it will end for at least 3, and possibly 4, days. That means partly to mostly sunny skies and highs near 80 for Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Sunday will still be rather warm, but there is a chance for a shower or thundershower. Chillier air comes sweeping in for next Tuesday through Saturday. Highs will be in the middle 50s to lower 60s, with an occasional chance for some rain. Definitely a big change!
BIG-TIME CHANGE COMING... We're going to see at least 3, and probably 4, more nice days across the area. Lots of sunshine and clear skies will give us highs around 80 each afternoon, and lows in the 50s each night. Then we have our first chance for a shower or thundershower on Saturday night or Sunday. Temperatures won't be quite as warm Sunday and Monday. But the big drop still comes for the rest of the week...Wednesday through Friday only expected to have highs in the 50s. There will also be occasional chances for rain showers throughout next week...
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