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Chance of Rain Late – Weather History

We are in store for another hot muggy day with temperatures rising to around 90° and dewpoints in the 60s.  Clouds will increase this afternoon bringing our next shot at rain this evening and overnight.  There is an outside chance of a strong storm for the western half of the state.  We also have an […]

Official Day of Summer – Weather History

This is our first day of official summer and we will see another hot mainly dry day with temperatures near 90°.  There is a slight chance of seeing a popup shower or storm this afternoon mainly between I96 and I94.  Yesterday’s high in Otsego was 88.5°. ..Air Quality Alert for Wednesday June 21st… The Michigan […]

Parade of Dry Days Continue – Weather History

There seems to be no end to this parade of dry sunny days and of course, the smoke from Canadian wildfires drifting overhead.  The combination of warm temperatures, low humidity, and occasionally gusty winds will maintain elevated fire danger in the days ahead. Red Flag Warnings continue in the upper lower peninsula of the state. […]

2012 vs 1988

What summer was hotter 2012 or 1988. Both years were very hot by Michigan standards. At Grand Rapids, in 2012 the June mean was 70.8 the high for the month was 97 the low for the month was 46. There were 8 days with highs of 90 or better. There was 2.17” of rain fall. […]

Slight Chance of Rain – Weather History

Our irises are in full bloom, and we have a large amount of wild flox in the woods surrounding our house.  These are very aromatic flowers, the sweet smell is almost overpowering. We have had only a quarter inch of rain in the past 24 days so it is surprising they are doing so well […]

Cooler Today – Weather History

Cooler air will arrive today behind a cold front. A few sprinkles are possible across central Lower Michigan, with otherwise mostly sunny skies. At Lake Michigan, dangerous waves and currents are expected at some beaches. A chilly night is ahead, with frost/freeze temperatures expected in many areas. Otherwise, dry weather is likely into the foreseeable […]

Dry Weather Continues – Weather History

We have had 1.05 inches of rain for the month the last decent rain was 10 days ago so it is getting a bit dry out there.  Our next chance of rain won’t come until tomorrow night into Friday.  Dry conditions are expected through Thursday. Skies will be partly to mostly sunny during the daylight […]

Fine Weather Continues – Weather History

We have high pressure dominating our weather once again today with lots of sun and warm temperatures in the mid-70s in store.  This pattern will continue through tomorrow before rain moves back into the picture on Friday.  Temperatures will be 10° cooler along the lakeshore. Grand Rapids Forecast Weather History for SW Michigan May 7 […]

Enjoy the Sun! Weather History

The cool Canadian air will remain entrenched over the area today with temperatures 10° below normal today.  Normally we would be in the low 60s this time of the year.  We have 28° at 6 am.  Yesterday’s high was 49°.  With high pressure moving into the area will see lots of sunshine today and tomorrow […]

Warmer Temperatures Today – Weather History

After a cold frosty night, we will enjoy warmer temperatures today with highs around 60°.  The freeze warning in place overnight will expire at 9 am.  We will see increasing chances of rain and thunderstorms overnight through Thursday night. Weather History for SW Michigan April 16 1961: From 6 to 12 inches of snow falls […]