It looks like Mother Nature is throwing Michigan a curve ball tomorrow.
If you’re headed downtown to opening day on Friday to watch the Tigers take on the New York Yankees, you’ll want to bundle up, bring a blanket and unfortunately, an umbrella.
Meteorologists everywhere have reported during the week that tomorrow could be one of the coldest home openers in the team’s 116 year history.
At 1 p.m. tomorrow, it could range from 38 to 40 degrees in Detroit, according to forecasts.
But it doesn’t just stop at being cold.
At the time this article was written, forecasts also call for a 45 percent chance of rain at 3 p.m. tomorrow.
In fact, the next five days of weather looks just plain nasty. It may not shape up until mid next week.
That’s bad news for baseball fans, outdoor enthusiasts, gardeners, and anyone else who is dreaming of a proper spring in Michigan.