Cool, Dry, Morning FrostNovember 13th, 2012 at 8:51 pm by Bill Steffen under Bill's Blog, Weather
Cool and dry weather will prevail the rest of this week. We’ll see partly-to-mostly sunny skies on the whole into early next week. Temperatures will slowly moderate from the low 40s tomorrow (Wed.) to the low 50s over the weekend. Average high temperatures are now in the upper 40s. Today’s high of 38 was the coolest high temperature since last March 30th. Light winds over the next several days will make the days feel more comfortable. Snowfall Monday night ranged from a trace to 1.2″ with most areas getting a dusting. Up north, 3″ fell at E. Jordan, 3.5″ near Cheboygan and in the U.P., 6″ was reported at Winona, 5.8″ at Alston and 5.2″ at Pelkie. (image from WLUC)
Temperature departures from average thru the first 13 days of November: Grand Rapids -1.7°, Battle Creek -2.4°, Kalamazoo -2.8°. After a wet October, we’re back to a dry pattern here in November, with just 0.27″ of precipitation so far.
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