Saturday, Sept 26-SW Michigan-Oh Oh, Jet Stream Getting Ready To Turn Mean

started by AmazedHuman, September 26, 2020
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      Today and tomorrow will give us comfortable temperatures but by the beginning of the week, and later in the week even more so, the numbers are going to take a tumble. Low pressure systems and the Jet Stream are combining to bring some cold  Canadian air down through the states. Later in the week a deeper dip into the country bringing even colder air down from even farther north.  Just get set, those who like the chillier fall temperatures. Things are going to swing your way. Sooner than I would like :>)

      Currently 65 with an average wind from the SSW of 4 mph. Feels like 65 degrees. Dew Point 59, Barometer 29.84, Humidity 80%, Visibility 10 mi., Sunrise 7:35 am, Sunset 7:31 pm.

      Partly sunny until about midday becoming mostly sunny. High around 80. SW winds 10 -15 mph with gusts to 25.

      Partly cloudy. Low in the mid 60s. SW winds 10 -20 mph.

       

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