Not much to say today as there isn’t much going on weather wise. July is certainly making up for our cool and rainy June. An area of high pressure is drifting to our south and over Ontario which has effectively blocked formation of any clouds or allowing the humidity to rise to unbearable levels. This ridge will meander away and we will begin to see our temps rise along with the humidity. Our next chance of rain comes on Monday.
Below is the NWS graphic explaining the drop in water temps along the lake Michigan coast:
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