Dense Fog Advisory until 6 PM Weds.November 20th, 2012 at 5:58 pm by Bill Steffen under Bill's Blog, Weather
The Dense Fog Advisory has now been extended for the lakeshore counties plus Newaygo and Lake Counties until 6 PM this Weds. To see where where we still have clouds and fog, check the satellite loop and current observations. The areas of clouds and fog will continue to diminish this afternoon, with areas getting more sun heading well up into the 50s to near 60. The wind holds tonight and that should keep most areas from fogging in. We should see the fog/clouds lift and diminish by about earl-mid afternoon in most places that have fog now. Thursday will be the last warm day in a while. We’re forecasting 60 degrees for Thanksgiving Day. Record highs for Nov. 21-22-23 are 70-66-70. Afternoon temperatures will be back between 35 and 40 from Friday afternoon thru next Weds. afternoon. Here’s NAM model snowfall for the U.P. and northern Lower Michigan. The GFS model is forecasting up to 5″ of snow Friday-Saturday in the U.P. Here’s the GFS snow forecast for N. Lower Michigan. Here’s world temperature anomaly (difference from average) forecast by the GFS model from Nov. 29 to Dec. 6 – cool here – bitter cold in Siberia, NW Canada, cold most of Europe and eastern U.S.