SundayMarch 30th, 2013 at 6:57 pm by Bill Steffen under Bill's Blog, Weather
CAN YOU BELIEVE THE MICHIGAN/FLORIDA GAME! 20 points! Our sports dept. told me Michigan matched up well against Florida and that they’d reach the Final Four! Showers will be moving thru tonight. Most will be gone by mid-morning tomorrow…though I can’t totally rule out another light snow shower during the day, most of the daytime should be dry. Monday and Tuesday will be a solid 10 degrees cooler than average. The high in G.R. Saturday was 56. The low temperature this AM was 24. The high was 5 degrees above average, the low was 8 degrees below average, which would be a mean of 1.5 degrees below average. However, the NWS now rounds the mean to the warmer value, so it’s only going to go into the record book 1 degree below average. That’s man-made global warming, I guess. They ought to do it like the possession arrow in basketball. The European model gives us .09″ of rain tonight, not much. It gives us low 50s Sunday afternoon, mid 30s Monday afternoon, back to low-mid 50s by Friday. For current Michigan weather observations and wind speeds, click here. Here’s NAM model snowfall thru 84 hours, the GFS snowfall thru 120 hours and the HPC snowfall predictions. Here’s WOOD-TV Interactive Radar, looping radar. Check out regional radar, GRR radar, northern Indiana radar, Chicago radar and Milwaukee radar. Here’s the College of DuPage Radar Map, the local warning/advisory map and the National warning/watch/advisory map. You can checkout the latest Grand Rapids NWS discussion, the Northern Indiana NWS discussion (includes the Michigan Counties that border Indiana), the discussion for Northern Lower Michigan, and Eastern Lower Michigan. Here’s the Spyglass Condos Weather Station the S. Haven GLERL station, the Muskegon GLERL station, the Grand Haven Steelheaders webcam and weather station, and the weather station at Holland State Park. Check out the WOOD lightning tracker and U.S. lightning, the Maranatha Webcam at Lake Michigan and links to webcams. Here’s the infrared satellite loop (night) and the visible satellite loop (daytime), Lake Michigan water temperatures.