Heat advisory for Ann Arbor area canceled
Cloud cover in the Ann Arbor area Friday kept temperatures from climbing as high as forecasters predicted, prompting the National Weather Service to cancel a heat advisory.
The weather service had originally said the advisory would be effective through 9 p.m. Saturday.
A combination of cloud cover and low dewpoints kept the heat index from rising above the low 90s, the weather service said. The slightly cooler weather comes after temperatures topped out at 100 in the Ann Arbor area Thursday.
High temperatures near or above 90 are expected to persist through at least Thursday, however.