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Weather History – Dry & Sunny

Allegan County was left high and dry once again yesterday.  We had a high temp of 87° with a 72° dewpoint and a low of 64°.  Today we will have a more comfortable airmass in place with mostly sunny skies and highs in the mid-70s. Sunrise today is 7:23 and sunset is 7:52 pm. Weather […]

Active Pattern this Week

We begin the work week adding some rain and storms into the mix of heat and humidity.  Our best chance of storms will come later today through Thursday. [columns] [span4] [/span4][span4] [/span4][span4] [/span4][/columns] There is a marginal risk of severe weather this afternoon. The main threats will be damaging winds and locally heavy rains. There […]

Weather History – Storm Chances

Thanks to Barry for providing the graphic for the comet Neowise in yesterday’s post.  It will be visible through July 23rd before you need binoculars or a telescope.  After that, it won’t be visible again for 6800 years. I hope you enjoy our weather lady Abby in the Weather Center graphic.  If she can wear […]

Cooler Air Moves In

The land has turned soggy and cooler air is making its appearance known to all.  I actually pulled out my Carthartt coat last evening when I went outside to play with the dogs and walk the cat – yup, walk the cat – he knows when 7pm comes around and makes sure I have his […]

Changing Seasons – More Rain

With the warmth and humidity yesterday in place the stink bugs were making their ghastly appearance in droves covering the house and hanging out near the doors.  We don’t want these beasties in our house or anywhere for that matter.  I found if I spayed mosquito repellent around the doors they seemed to not like […]

Summer Returns Again

Here we are finishing out the month of September (already).  Yesterday we stayed in the 50s most of the day – it began warming into the low 60s after the sun set.  We had a long term rain event which dropped another 1.55 inches in Otsego bringing our total for the month to 7.04 inches. […]

This Weeks Forecast

Lots of stuff going on in Otsego yesterday – we had the Creative Arts Festival and the Otsego Band Invitational.  You had to be creative to get from the east to west through the city as the downtown area was blocked off from traffic.  My step daughter had a booth set up, she is a […]

Winter Comes to Montana

We have our first winter storm watches out for parts of western Montana and northern Idaho along with high wind watches and warnings.  This one may be for the record books as one of the earliest blizzards to hit that state or for the U.S..  This will be a long term event running from Friday […]

Weather History – Microburst

Here we are – another Wednesday and time for our weekly weather history post for Michigan. September 22 1952: Hail covered the ground like snow in Cascade Township, near Grand Rapids. 1961: A tornado hit two miles north of Marne. One person was injured and three buildings were heavily damaged. September 23 2006: Small tornadoes […]

Weather History Day

Can’t get much better than this weather-wise.  We had 79° for our high yesterday with relatively dry air – our low temp this morning is 57°.  Once again most of the U.S. is free from warnings and advisories with the exception of Maine and most of New England where there are frost and freeze advisories […]