There is a small chance of a shower or storm today mainly west of 131, however the air will start drying out and rain chances will decrease as we reach the night time hours.
We are entering an extended period of dry weather which will last into early next week.
To the left is the CPC outlook for August 6th to the 12th for SW Michigan – this would put us slightly below normal for the period temperature wise with equal chances of above/below/normal rainfall.
There are two tropical disturbances in the Atlantic which have a 10 to 20% chance of turning into a tropical depression or hurricane over the next week.
In the Eastern North Pacific we have Hurricane Erick whose path will pass south of the Hawaiian islands and tropical storm Flossie southeast of Erick.
I guess I will have to dig up some more educational materials to fill in some space on this blog with the quiet pattern we are entering….
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