Sunday PMNovember 2nd, 2013 at 3:20 am by Bill Steffen under Bill's Blog, Weather
Sun. AM update: The last few sprinkles over mid-Lake Michigan are fading away and we’ll be partly-mostly sunny this PM. For many of us, this will be the sunniest day in half a month. We saw temps. in the upper 20s and low 30s this am with many areas picking up some frost. It’ll be a nice afternoon with light winds. Despite the wind and rain of late, there is still some good color out there to see.
Model update: The Sat. night run of the NAM (caribou) has temperatures in the upper 40s this (Sunday) pm, 53 and partly sunny on Monday and low 60s on Tues. The NAM keeps us dry thru Tuesday evening. The GFS would give us a light shower on Tues. with 0.81″ of rain from Tues. night to Thurs. am. We head into the 50s Mon. thru Weds. and back to the 40s Thurs. and Friday on the GFS. Saturday would be dry for the Kalamazoo Holiday Parade.
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