Thursday, Jan. 9-South West Michigan-Calm Before The Storm

started by AmazedHuman, January 9, 2020
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      Okay, remember when I said how fast our weather can change? Well…we now have a Winter Storm Watch in effect from Friday evening through Sunday morning. Looking for the likelihood of heavy mixed precipitation. Rain transitioning to an icy mix then into snow. Snow, sleet and ice may be significant. Wind gusts as high as 45 mph. Very possible power outages and tree damage.

      Now, doesn’t that all sound fun?

      So, like all sensible folk I’ll be scurrying around tending to errands and whatnot before tomorrow night. May I remind you all how much I hate winter? Have I mentioned that to you before? Of course I have. Perhaps a hundred times, I guess. But this coming storm system is exactly the reason why.

      Temperature 27 with an average wind from the SE of 16 mph. Feels like 15 degrees. Dew Point 15, Barometer 30.25 & falling, Humidity 60%, Visibility 10 mi., Sunrise 8:13 am, Sunset 5:24 pm.

      Mostly cloudy with a few snow flurries in the morning. There’s a 50% chance of snow showers in the afternoon. High 43. S winds 15 – 25 with gusts over 40 possible.

      Cloudy with a 70% chance of rain overnight. Low 41. SSW winds 15 – 25 with highers gusts likely.


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