Up at 4:30am this morning. Once I wake up it is hard for me to get back to sleep – must be the anticipation of the day. I have some Miles Davis playing – I was raised on blues and jazz. Can’t beats Miles, Monk and Coltrane. I have a tube pre amp running into a 200 watt amp. These make the music as it was meant to be heard. I guess you could say I am an audiophile.
Looking at Radarscope there is abundant rain from GR to the north and a few cells over the lake south. It appears the heaviest rain this morning will be north of Allegan County as the radars are showing the rain stretching all the way to western Wisconsin. I would say our dry conditions will end for the northern parts of the state with all the rain moving through since Sunday night.
If you want a good radar app I recommend Radarscope – it can be a bit pricey especially the Windows version which is $30, $10 for the Android version but is it great for storm enthusiasts and recommended for storm chasers (this is the app most chasers use). Below is the 5am GR radar.
Next we have rainfall totals from the NWS for the Sunday night Wednesday morning rains.
We are anticipating more rain and storms especially later this afternoon into tonight. According to model data the strongest storms will develop near the I94 corridor. The heaviest rain should move through after 10pm for SW lower Michigan. We could see an inch or more of rain south of GR. We will see most of the state end up with above normal rainfall and temps by the end of the month. Temps today will edge close to 90° once again even with the cloud cover. Heat indexes will be in the low to mid 90s. I will update if severe weather moves into the area. Here is the SPC forecast for today.
I added a weather calendar to the front forecast page (still working on it) – check out the temps for next week…. The feature uses auto location so it should show the weather for your area.
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