GRAND RAPIDS (WKZO)-- Michigan won’t be able to say it’s been “90’s-free” this summer, even-though most of the state never saw the mercury climb above nine-zero.
Meteorologist Bob Dukesherer at the National Weather Service in Grand Rapids says only a slice of south west Michigan warmed up enough to rise above 89 degree Monday.
Only Kalamazoo and Battle Creek can make that claim.
Kalamazoo peaked out at around 93-degrees.
He says summer isn’t over yet, but time is running out on chances of seeing the really hot weather again. He says in three weeks, it will be gone.
He says it doesn’t seem like anyone missed the extreme heat, although some have griped about how cold the water has been in Lake Michigan.
It’s finally warming up enough to be comfortable and summer is almost gone.