Friday, Jan. 17-South West Michigan-Has Our Luck In Dodging Storms Run Out?

started by AmazedHuman, January 17, 2020
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      Not a bad morning, a tad on the chilly side, but nothing in the sky or the air to indicate we’re in for a bit of a blow. We lucked out and were able to pretty much dodge the bullet with the last storm predicted for us, but not so sure that’s going to work out this time. We’ll have to just prepare and then wait and see. As always, if this storm hits, fingers crossed that the power won’t go out. That’s SO not good when the temperatures are so much on the cold side as they are now.

      Winter Weather Advisory in effect from midnight tonight through 7pm Saturday. 5 – 8″ of snow possible. Winds gusting to 40 mph.

      Temperature 15 with an average wind from the E of 6 mph. Feels like 6 degrees. Dew Point 11, Barometer 30.83 & falling, Humidity 83%, Visibility 10 mi., Sunrise 8:10 am, Sunset 5:34 pm

      Mostly cloudy with a high of 29. ESE winds 10 – 15 mph.

      Cloudy overnight with a 100% chance of snow. 3-5″ expected. Low 25. ESE winds 10 -20 mph.


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