If your heat kicked on Thursday morning, never fear: Your air-conditioning will get its chance tomorrow.
A strong heat wave is headed our way, and temperatures Friday afternoon are forecast to be in the mid to upper 80s. But that heat is being chased by a cold front, so severe thunderstorms are possible, along with a more temperate Saturday.
Yes, it's crazy-spring-weather season in Michigan.
"Forecast remains ripe with uncertainty," the National Weather Service says, "but organized cells and/or clusters of thunderstorms can develop in this environment one way or another Friday afternoon and/or evening.
"The primary threat with thunderstorms will be heavy rainfall, damaging wind gusts and large hail."
The severe weather chance is slightly higher in west and mid-Michigan into the northern regions of the Lower Peninsula, where "straight line winds would be the main threat," the weather agency says.
Time to enjoy some Martha & the Vandellas: