Today is the last day of meteorological spring which will end on a cool and sunny note. We end May with 6.25 inches of rain most of which fell the second half of the month. We had 12.81 inches for March, April, and May making this a wetter than normal spring. (these are Otsego totals).
Looking forward to June we have equal chances of above, near or below normal temps and precip.
The frost advisory for areas north of I96 expires at 8 am this morning. We have 42° here at 5 am.
I have my tomatoes, peppers and cucumber plants in the ground as well as onions. Actually I have some green onions ready to harvest which I left in the ground last fall for late spring, early summer eating. They are hardy and can stand the light frosts we had.
We will enjoy another sunny day today with cool pleasant temps with almost a duplicate for Monday which will be slightly warmer. Chances of rain increase tomorrow night as do temps beginning Tuesday as we approach the 80° mark once again.
Finally we have the pollen count for SW Michigan: