Another wet morning underway – we have received over 5 inches of rain thus far in Otsego for the month. I hope to get some photos and video later today or tomorrow of the Kalamazoo river behind my house. This means getting on the mudrucker boots and trudging 100 yards downhill through the woods. Sometimes the cats follow me down when I walk around the area so I will be in safe hands (or paws). The latest flood information can be found here at the NWS.
Our current weather pattern favors rain events about every other day. This morning will start with an area of rain moving through the area but it will be out of the area by early afternoon. Areas near Route 10 may see a little freezing rain at the start but it should change to all rain there by mid morning. Rainfall amounts will be light.
High pressure briefly follows this system for tonight into Saturday but a stronger storm will track west of the Great Lakes Saturday night bringing a period of showers and isolated thunderstorms. Skies should clear Sunday afternoon but it will be breezy.
High pressure moves in for Sunday night into Tuesday but then the next system follows but this time we have a stationary front setting up so we could see periods of rain into Friday. It will be much warmer than normal through this entire period with temperatures into the 50s on Tuesday and Wednesday.
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