June Forecast from CPC

May 16th, 2014 at 8:54 pm by under Bill's Blog, Weather

June temps. CPC  June Precip. CPC   Here’s the June Outlook from the Climate Prediction Center.  They have a higher than average probability of cooler than average temperatures over West Michigan and the entire Great Lakes area with a continuation of the warmer than average conditions on the West Coast.  Northern Michigan has a good chance of below average rainfall, while Southern Lower Michigan has an equal chance of above and below average rainfall.  I continue to think temperatures will be slightly cooler than average in June.   This is mostly because of the warmer than average water off the West Coast inducing a mean ridge over the West with a WNW flow over the Central U.S. and to a lesser extent the cooler than average Great Lakes waters, which will have even less of an effect as we get to mid-summer.

29 Responses to “June Forecast from CPC”

  1. Marti B. (36th/Kalamazoo SE) says:

    Well – as long as I can go swimming at least a few times this summer…. guess I don’t mind a cooler than usual summer time. :)

  2. Brian(Grandville) says:

    Bill, can you please just stop with the your cold bias, and these outlooks already………oh wait, they aren’t yours.

    1. GunLakeDeb says:

      LOL!! :-)

      At least the outlook maps don’t have blue-so-dark-it’s-almost-black! I can like with a teeny bit of “powder blue”. Will save on A/C costs….

    2. DF (SE Mich) says:

      Lol, nice.

  3. Rocky (Rockford) says:

    Keep the FACTS rolling about the below normal temperature pattern! There is no change in sight! There is nothing better than a cooler than normal summer! Music to my ears!!!

    1. TomKap (Michigan & Fuller - GR) says:

      You’re such a turd.

      1. Ned S. (East of Holland) says:

        That’s a pretty big word for a ten year old.

    2. Rodey (Rockford) says:

      Going to be a great summer. Warm temps with a few cool days and then a great MILD winter. Bring it. I love it. Fantastic. Who knew.

  4. John (Norton Shores) says:

    Well to look on the bright side at least we’re not dealing with that 100 degree heat and fires in California, not sure why anyone would ever ask for 100 degree heat and persistent dry conditions. Ready for persistent 70′s and low 80′s though.

  5. Jeff (Portland) says:

    I will take a summer in the 70s and low humudity ;)

    1. Brian (Grandville) says:

      Now thats what I’m talking about. Windows open and no a/c all summer.

    2. Sandy(Hudsonville) says:

      Sounds fantastic! :) That is my kind of weather too.

    3. Jack says:

      Actually, We will Have to Take what We GET, and not Throw ah FIT !! LOL…… Stay CUEDD…… He,heeee…. ;-)

      1. SBPortage002 says:

        As long as I can be outside in the evening with crickets chirping and no jacket on. That is what I would like.

      2. Mark (East Lansing) says:

        +1

  6. DarrenSVRstm ( Cedar S ) says:

    The SPC is still waiting for some pieces to come together , mainly better flow and moisture transport as the instability looks to be adequate , and is a waiting game to see if we can get into some unsettled weather next week. Comon Booomers….

    http://www.spc.noaa.gov/products/exper/day4-8/

    1. DF (SE Mich) says:

      Lol, that is awesome :)

  7. DF (SE Mich) says:

    -18 degrees from normal on GR and Muskegon today… By far the most abnormal day of the May so far.

  8. Jack says:

    TIGERS WIN!!!!!! On The Road AGAIN…..1-zip was the Score !!!! Stay CUEDDD…

    1. Brian(Grandville) says:

      9th straight road win. I think they have been better on the road this year.

    2. DarrenSVRstm ( Cedar S ) says:

      Darn Tigers ….they look good unfortunately ! My A’s crushed the Indians. 11-1 , very nice and in first place in the AL west. :)

  9. Jack says:

    GIVE ME The Good OLE, 1960′s……. On May 17 in Southwest Lower Michigan…

    5/17/1962
    An early season heat wave sends temperatures into the upper 80s and lower 90s across Lower Michigan. Record highs on this date include the 91 at Grand Rapids, 89 at Lansing and 88 at Muskegon.
    Stay CUEDD…… ;-)

  10. Jack says:

    Awesome Northern Lights Picture HERE:: https://www.softservenews.com/members/tests/Aurora11.jpg. Love it, stayCUEDD…and Happy Saturday Morning……. ;-)

  11. AlleganJoe says:

    That is a “depressing” June Forecast. I believe Summer is going to be-Not-so much a Summer as i would have liked. Temps in the 80′s….nope-looks like 70′s and some days 80-then down to 60-70′s. That Long Cold Winter has continued it’s cold/cool grip into Summer. Deeeepressing. :( :(

  12. INDY says:

    Weather facts Bills bloggers don’t listen to I travass up hill warm weather talk every time it gets above 65* Listen to Bill Steffen, Enjoy below normal Saturday!! INDYY!!

    1. Rodey (Rockford) says:

      Weather facts, don’t listen to Assdy’s, the sky is fallin, weather hype.

  13. Dan (Byron Center) says:

    May? Feels like late March. Is it snowing in Traverse City? We can at least get to 70 for more than a day or two!

  14. fixxxer says:

    What a bunch of BS. I hate this state.

    1. AlleganJoe says:

      I don’t agree with the BS part–but I do agree with you on disliking this State. Never seems to be able to get warm/hot long enough before cooling off again. I wish I could move to a warmer sate-perhaps someday.

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