Temperatures won't be plunging below zero anytime soon, but thanks to a Polar Vortex, you'll be able to run your air conditioning a lot less this week.

M-Live's Mark Torregrossa says a Polar Vortex is usually non-existent this time of year. But an unusual system (We're used to that by now, right?) will mean most of Michigan will be about 15-20 degrees cooler than normal. While Southern Michigan could see highs only in the upper 60s, your friends in the Upper Peninsula might not even make it to 60.

So what is your ideal July weather? Are you longing for the typical hot and dry weather that we've seen in years past? I'm personally LOVING the cool and comfortable weather we've been seeing!