The Threat Of Severe Thunderstorms In Mid Michigan Today

started by CathieU, June 28, 2019
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    We have one storm passing to our north at this time.  We had wind but no rain from it.   The past two days have been very warm with highs in the upper 80s.  Today is expected to be the same.  The humidity was quite low Wednesday and Thursday which felt comfortable, but today will be a different story, and conditions will be right for severe weather to develop.  This will be a “keep your eye to the sky” type day.  I am now hearing rain on the skylight so it looks like that storm expanded a bit from what the radar is showing.

    Our 9:45 AM temperature is 74°F (23°C),  the humidity is 74%, and skies are overcast.  The dew point is 67°F (19°C) and winds are from the west at 12 mph.  The pressure is 30.17 in and steady, and visibility is 10 miles.  Yesterday’s high was 85°F (29°C) and the overnight low was 68°F (20°C).  The record high for June 27 is 100°F and the record low is 46°F.  Averages are 81°F / 58°F.  Sunrise was at 6:00 AM and sunset will be at 9:20 PM.


    Today:  Variable clouds and scattered thunderstorms.  High 88°F.  Winds SW at 10-15 mph.  Chance of rain 40%.

    Tonight:  Scattered showers and thunderstorms.  Low 67°F.  Winds W at 5-10 mph.  Chance of rain 40%.

    Saturday:  Cloudy early with partial clearing later.  High 83°F.  Winds light and variable.

    Saturday Night:  Clear skies.  Low 62°F.  Winds light and variable,.

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