Sunday was a miserable day weather-wise. That seemed to be the case for the entire eastern United States. We had a mixed bag of winter precipitation, switching from snow to sleet to rain all day long. Finally it turned to all snow overnight. We had half an inch of snow cover this morning and a total of 0.64″ of water in my rain gauge. 0.14″ of that was melted snow. The southern and eastern states were plagued with strong tornadoes from early in the day until the overnight hours. I’m thankful that we just had rain and snow and my heart goes out to those who had to deal with the tornadoes.
Our 9:30 AM temperature is 36°F (2°C), the humidity is 77%, and winds are from the NW at 13 mph. Skies are partly cloudy. The dew point is 31°F (-1°C). The pressure is 29.84 in and rising. Viability is 10 miles. Yesterday’s high was 33°F (1°C) and the overnight low was 34°F (1°C). Sunrise was at 6:56 AM and sunset was at 8:18 PM.
DURAND / OWOSSO FORECAST:
Mostly cloudy early, then gradual clearing, with a high near 51. West northwest wind around 15 mph, with gusts as high as 25 mph. Tonight
A chance of snow after 2am, mixing with rain after 3am. Increasing clouds, with a low around 32. West wind 3 to 7 mph. Chance of precipitation is 30%.
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