Many of us still aren't done telling our storm stories in northern Michigan. Thousands had their power restored only a week ago. But by Wednesday, there was sunbathing on the beach in Traverse City where the high was in the 80s. It shattered a previous record high for March 14th.
This weather certainly feels more erratic than usual, and Weatherman and Climate Activist Dave Barrons says that bears out in the statistics too. He says we can expect more erratic weather in coming decades as the planet gradually warms.
Fire season is also upon us in northern Michigan, and with so little snow over the winter, the danger of spring wildfires could be even greater than normal.