Friday, June 7-South West Michigan-Not A Cloud In Sight Today

started by AmazedHuman, June 7, 2019
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    A lovely high pressure system sits nicely overhead, leaving us nothing but splendid weather. Down south, however, is entirely different. I saw that Baton Rouge had a 9″ rainfall yesterday in a few hours. Massive flooding. SO much flooding going on everywhere. It’s crazy! And extremely sad for those going through the misery. If we only had the power to even it all out, relieve the drought areas, give a break to the flooded places. Maybe in our imaginations, but not nature’s way to be fair. But I can’t help thinking that later on in the summer, there will be places pleading for some of that precipitation. Just unfair.

    Currently 73 with an average wind from the ENE of 5 mph. Feels like 73 degrees. Dew Point 61, Humidity 64%, Barometer 30.00 & rising, Visibility 10 mi., Sunrise 6:04 am, Sunset 9:19 pm. Nothing but sunshine today. High 83. E winds 10 -15 mph.

    Clear overnight skies. Low 56. ENE winds 10 -15 mph.

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