Yet Another Beautiful Day

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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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Slim

While we are enjoying a sunny and pleasant week that is not the case in much of Europe. “On Tuesday, Meteo France registered 41.2C (106.1F) in the south-western city, breaking a 2003 record of 40.7C. Forecasters predict a record-breaking run across Europe this week, including Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands. Much of France has been issued with an orange alert – the second highest level of warning. Meteo France said Paris temperatures might hit new highs on Thursday. The record, set in 1947, stands at 40.4C. Comparisons have been drawn to a heatwave France experienced in August 2003, during which… Read more »

Barry in Zeeland
Barry in Zeeland

Good graphics on upwelling out at the lake. Hard to believe some people still do not understand this and think the whole lake is one uniform temperature. There’s always several times during the year when there are huge temp swings one way or the other.

Rocky (Rockford)
Rocky (Rockford)

Yet again you have missed the entire point!

Barry in Zeeland
Barry in Zeeland

Not sure what you could possibly be trying to argue when there are many places to find information on upwelling. Is this like a flat earth thing?

Jeff(Portland)
Jeff(Portland)

Some need to read once in awhile before trying to make a point.. Lol.

INDY
INDY

Amazing what a east wind can do and yes even Bill Steffens agrees lk Michigan watet temps in the 40’s the end of July is rare …In Bill we trust!! INDY!!

Rocky (Rockford)
Rocky (Rockford)

Who would have thought? Incredible!

Slim

Just how many know that the temperature near the bottom of the deeper lakes stays at 39 all yer long? And in the summer time the warmest temperatures are near the surface and in shallow water near the shore.
Slim