A Transitional Period For Mid Michigan

started by CathieU, October 12, 2020
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      After a week of warmer than normal temperatures, there is a strong cold front heading our way which will cool us down quite a bit by Thursday.  What’s worse are the winds that are coming with it.  We could see gusts near 40 mph tonight, and that will probably destroy a lot of the color that we have.  I was hoping that Halloween would be nice this year but that’s starting to be questionable.  This morning began with light fog and cloudy skies.  The forecast is calling for a little sun but no sign of it yet.  We could see thunderstorms later today and tonight.

      Our 12 noon temperature is 62F (17C), the humidity is 97%, and winds are from the SE at 9 mph.  Visibility is 5 miles.  The pressure is 29.75 in (1007.5 mb) and falling.  The dew point is 62F (17C).  Yesterday’s high was 65F (18C) and the overnight low was 45F (7C).  Sunrise was at 7:47 AM and sunset will be at 6:57 PM.

      DURAND / OWOSSO FORECAST:

      Today:  Rain developing this evening.  Thunderstorms possible.  High near 70F.  Winds SSE at 14-17 mph, gusting to 26 mph.  Chance of rain 30%.

      Tonight:  Showers and a possible thunderstorm.  Low 44F.   Strong winds from the WSW at 20-25 mph, gusting to 36 mph.  Chance of rain 90%.  Expected rain amounts tenth to a quarter inch of rain.

      Tuesday:  Sunny.  High near 67F.  Winds SSW at 7-12 mph, increasing to 13-18 mph, gusting to 26 mph in the afternoon.

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