Monday’s delayed sunshineOctober 1st, 2013 at 12:00 pm by Bill Steffen under Bill's Blog, Weather
This was a picture from the Muskegon Glerl camera at the Muskegon Lake Channel shortly before noon on Monday. You can see the low, gray cloud deck we had. Here’s a satellite loop. The sun is lower in the sky now and it takes longer to mix out the low clouds and fog in a situation like we had Monday AM. We did finally see some sun after 5 PM in G.R. High temps. Monday: 73 G.R, 75 Holland, 77 Benton Harbor, 79 Traverse City, Pellston, Munising, Escanaba and Iron Mt. Local thermometers reached 80 at Randville, Wausaukee and La Branche in the U.P. and it actually made 70 at Ojibway on Isle Royale! Here’s current conditions. We’ll stay significantly warmer than average thru Saturday, then a cold front should bring another round of showers/chc. t-shower on Sat. with a stiff west wind and relatively cool temperatures on Sunday.