Flint sets November high at 80 degrees, other Lower Peninsula areas reach into 70s

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Diane Soulliere drives down Lake Shore in Grosse Pointe Shores on Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2015, on her way to the Grosse Pointe Yacht Club to use her stand up paddle board. (David Coates/The Detroit News via AP)

FLINT, Michigan — High temperatures have set November records or come close to them across parts of Michigan.

The National Weather Service in Oakland County's White Lake Township reports that Flint reached 80 degrees Wednesday -- the city's highest for any day in November.

Meteorologist Joseph Clark says the most recent Flint record was 79 on Tuesday which equaled the mark set in 1933 and matched in 1950.

Detroit reached 77 degrees Wednesday, behind the Nov. 1, 1950 record of 81 degrees.

Temperatures in western Michigan's Grand Rapids and northern Michigan's Traverse City reached the mid- to high 70s. It was much cooler in the Upper Peninsula's Marquette as temperatures hit the mid-50s.

Clark says Detroit-area temperatures Thursday are expected to reach the low 70s as a cold front approaches.

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