Tuesday PMJuly 23rd, 2013 at 1:45 pm by Bill Steffen under Bill's Blog, Weather
The last of the showers/t-showers is pretty much east of I-69 and moving out. We had some lingering clouds over W. Michigan as I write this at 1:45 PM. It’s anywhere from partly cloudy to mostly cloudy, but drier air will work in and we’ll be partly cloudy and pleasant this evening. Dry and pleasant for tomorrow and Thurs…cool low 50s tonight, mid 70s tomorrow PM, near 80 on Thurs. The GFS has the best chance of rain Saturday AM. Red flags at most of the Lake Michigan beaches for possible strong breakwater currents. Water temperatures were still warm this am, but should fall some with the brisk NW wind.
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