We are now taking our first steps into the summer solstice with the sun at its highest point in the sky one would expect to see our hottest weather upcoming through the next month or so. Today will be no exception as we may close in on another 90° day with dewpoint values in the mid-60s.
Our last measurable rain was nine days ago and we have hopes that will be rectified with passing showers and storms later this afternoon and overnight. Rain chances are 60% this afternoon and 70% overnight. Rainfall totals are predicted to be .25 to .50 unless you get under a storm where the amount could be more. You can check out the Point Forecasts on the main page for local forecasts.
Here is the hazardous weather outlook from the NWS:
.DAY ONE...Today and Tonight Scattered thunderstorms may develop today and tonight. Lightning strikes and locally heavy downpours are expected where storms occur. Severe weather is not expected. .DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...Tuesday through Sunday Scattered thunderstorms are possible Tuesday in mid-Michigan. Thunderstorms are again possible across the area Friday and Saturday.