Friday, Dec. 7 – South West Michigan – Cold With Flurries Possible

started by AmazedHuman, December 7, 2018
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    Feeling downright nippy out there this morning. Hoping to see a peek at the sun off and on today, but that’s not a given. More likely to see snow flurries than sun rays.  Might not be winter yet, but it’s doing a mighty good job of pretending. If this weather continues, it’s going to feel like we’ve gone through a very long winter by the time it all departs.

    Currently 23 with a SSE wind of 3 mph. Feels like 23 degrees. Dew Point 20, Humidity 90%, Barometer 30.47 & rising, Visibility 9 mi., Sunrise 8:00am, Sunset 5:06pm.  Generally cloudy today with a few snow flurries possible. High 27. WSW winds 10 -15 mph.

    Mostly cloudy tonight. Low near 20. WNW winds 10 – 15 mph.


  • Member

    This arctic outbreak can be described as underwhelming.  It was colder on Nov 21.  Human-caused co2 apparently having a moderating effect on air masses.  Solar quiescence suppose to be instrumental in a harsh 2018-19 winter.  I just don’t see it happening.  That said, I have been wrong on a number of issues.

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    sub adult Herring gull finds relative warmth atop a black toaster  Dec 6  Devereux Beach Marblehead, MA

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