Scattered Showers/Heavy Storms Monday PM/Night

June 1st, 2014 at 9:32 pm by under Bill's Blog, Weather

Local   2 pm – some general (non-thunderstorm) gusts of 40-50 mph in the last hour…gust to 51 mph at the Ford Airport (GRR) and 48 mph at Castle Park in Holland (Regionial Airport).  UPDATE FROM GRR NWS:  ” ISSUED AT 1141 AM EDT MON JUN 2 2014

“INSTABILITY CONTINUES TO BUILD THIS MORNING AS SUBSTANTIAL BREAKS
AND SOLID TEMPERATURE ADVECTION HAVE WARMED READINGS TO AROUND 80.
DEW POINTS REMAIN IN THE UPPER 60S. SURFACE BASED CAPE VALUES HAVE
RISEN TO AROUND 1500 J/KG WITH LI/S AROUND -4C. WIND FIELDS ARE
MORE THAN ADEQUATE WITH THE 850MB LLJ PROGD TO BE IN THE 30-40
KNOT RANGE THIS AFTERNOON. THE MID LEVEL JET IS ON THE ORDER OF 45
KNOTS THIS AFTERNOON. DEEP LAYER 0-6KM SHEAR VALUES ARE ON THE
ORDER OF 30-40 KNOTS AT 21Z. A DECENT LOOKING SHORTWAVE IN WATER
VAPOR IMAGERY CONTINUES TO PLOW EAST AS WELL MARCHING ACROSS
WISCONSIN TOWARDS LOWER MICHIGAN AT 15Z.

SO…THINKING IS THAT WE WILL SEE CONVECTION EXPAND IN COVERAGE
AND INCREASE IN INTENSITY THIS AFTERNOON AS THE MID LEVEL
SHORTWAVE WORKS INTO AN INCREASINGLY UNSTABLE ATMOSPHERE. DEEP
LAYER SHEAR VALUES ARE DECENT AND SHOULD SUPPORT AT LEAST THE
SCATTERED CHANCE OF SEVERE WEATHER. GIVEN A UNIDIRECTIONAL PROFILE
EXPECTING STRONG WINDS TO BE THE BIGGEST THREAT. OF EQUAL CONCERN
THOUGH WILL BE THE THREAT FOR HEAVY RAINS AS PWAT VALUES ARE UP
AROUND 1.75 INCHES WHICH IS AROUND 3 STANDARD DEVIATIONS ABOVE
NORMAL. THE MOST ORGANIZED STORMS WILL HAVE THE THREAT FOR
MARGINAL HAIL AS WELL.

IN TERMS OF MORPHOLOGY THERE WILL LIKELY BE THE TYPICAL LAKE
SHADOW IN THE DIVERGENT WINDS OFF THE LAKE AT LEAST INITIALLY. LIFT
VIA THE UPPER SHORTWAVE SHOULD PUSH A DECENT SWATH OF SHOWERS AND
STORMS THROUGH THE ENTIRE CWA. BEST CHANCES FOR STORMS AND SEVERE
WEATHER THOUGH WILL BE INLAND FROM NEAR HIGHWAY 131 AND POINTS
EAST. HRRR SIMULATED REFLECTIVITY CONTINUES TO POINT TOWARD
DISCRETE CELLS FIRING INITIALLY FOLLOWED BY MORE OF A LINE OF
STORMS IN THE MID TO LATE AFTERNOON HOURS. STORMS SHOULD BE
SWEEPING EAST.”

Here’s GRR looping radar. The morning run of the NAM gives G.R. only 0.22″ of rain, but is probably underdone.  The strongest storms will contain strong, gusty winds and heavy rain.  The timing is right for many of us with the rain on Monday and at night and we do need the rain.  The rain will move out around daybreak and tomorrow should be partly sunny and dry with lower humidity.  A significant severe weather event is likely to unfold mainly south of us Tues. PM to early Weds.  See thread on severe weather (including moderate risk of “widespread wind damage”) above.  The morning run of the NAM brings heavy rain to much of our area on Weds./Weds. night (it’s probably overdone with its +2″ for G.R.), but this is going to be a strong system for early June with severe storms in the warm sector and overrunning rain in the cool sector.  It looks dry and pleasant from Thurs. to Saturday.    Catch us on TV for the forecast updates.

The high temp. Sunday was 88° in G.R., 85° in Kalamazoo, 75° at the beach in Muskegon, 50.7° at the mid-Lake Michigan buoy 40 miles west of Holland, 90° at Traverse City and 46.4° at the mid-Lake Michigan buoy west of Traverse City.

Links: Grand Rapids radar, Northern Indiana radar, Chicago radar, Detroit radar and Milwaukee radar. Here’s regional radar, the College of DuPage Radar Map (pick any radar in the U.S.), College of DuPage Grand Rapids radar, GFS snowfall for the next 120 hours and NAM model snowfall for the next 84 hours. the West Michigan Lightning Tracker, National Lightning Tracker, the local warning/advisory map and the National warning/watch/advisory map, and a surface weather 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. Check out Storm Total Precipitation (until they reset it). 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 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 (summer). Here’s storm reports from SW Michigan, Northern Michigan, NE Illinois, SE. Wisconsin, Upper Michigan and E. Michigan. Check out the wind and wave height at the South Mid-Lake Michigan Buoy (Apr. to Nov. only), the North Mid-Lake Michigan Buoy (Apr. to Nov. only), the buoy at Big Sable Point near Ludington, the weather station at Manistee Harbor and the weather station on the beach at St. Joseph. Here’s Michigan wind gusts from MesoWest, data from the MAWN agricultural weather stations and Weather Underground (data at the bottom from private weather stations). Check out the webcam at Krupp’s Resort, where the snow has finally melted and the lake ice is gone. Here’s the U.S. Low Temperature map. Here’s a live look at the Houghton Bridge. Here’s the Consumers Energy Power Outage Map. Here’s Closings.

93 Responses to “Scattered Showers/Heavy Storms Monday PM/Night”

  1. Brent - Zeeland says:

    Took a ride to Hudsonville tonight. Four different spots on Chicago Drive/M-21 between Zeeland and Hudsonville had lanes closed for buckled roads. I didn’t think it was hot enough for that to happen. Looking forward to much needed rain. A thunderstorm would be even better. What a great stretch of weather in the last 10 days.

    1. Jerry Hoag says:

      UMMMMMMMM, THAT IS REALLY WEIRD……MAYBE BECAUSE OF ALL THE SNOW AND COLD THEN NOW REALLY WARM TO HOT WEATHER…?????……COULD BE THE CULPRIT…

    2. Barry in Zeeland says:

      Yeah, one of the spots was right in front of our house. They made quiet a racket with the jackhammers and other equipment they were using. Don’t know if there were many accidents, but at least one car was messed up pretty bad after hitting it. Made for a noisy Sunday afternoon here.

    3. Sandy(Hudsonville) says:

      That is weird! Probably from the hot weather & maybe the ground is a little unstable because of the muck in the area. East or west bound?

      1. Barry in Zeeland says:

        East bound. They just did all those joints 2 years ago.

    4. Ian (Jenison) says:

      It got up to 96 here in Jenison yesterday!

      1. Mark (East Lansing) says:

        You may want to move your thermometer into the shade.

    5. GunLakeDeb says:

      The sun has felt exceptionally strong in the last few days, IMO. Or else it’s been so darn nice I just spent too much time outdoors… but I’ve got that nice “lobster” look going and I don’t burn easily.

  2. Jerry Hoag says:

    NICE LITTLE THUNDERSHOWERS FORMING AND HEADING TOWARDS GRAND RAPIDS!!!!! YEAH FINALLY!!!!!! MAYBE SOME GOOD LIGHTNING TONIGHT!!!! WAHOOO!!!!!!!!!!!11 HOAGIEMAN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

  3. Jerry Hoag says:

    THE LINE THAT IS TRYING TO FORM WILL BE THE GREATER GRAND RAPIDSS AREA IM THINKING WILL BE HERE IN 1 HOUR………..

  4. Jerry Hoag says:

    WILL BE TO*

    1. Carrie (Byron Center) says:

      Jerry, relax with the CAPS on! It’s annoying!!!

      1. Rad (Jenison/Hudsonville) says:

        +1

  5. Travis (Oakland County) says:

    Did Traverse City officially hit 90 today?

    1. INDY says:

      No but Flint is going for a high of 68* Tuesday so we all know u will be gone fishing!! INDY!!

      1. steven (Derby Lake) says:

        I thought nothing was official unless Travis said it was.

    2. Bill Steffen says:

      TVC did make 90° – a south wind gives them a little boost due to compressional warming. The mid-lake buoy west of Traverse City was showing 45° at the same time TVC was 90°. Manistique stopped at 58°

    3. Mark (East Lansing) says:

      Muskegon, Pellston, & Gaylord set or tied records.

  6. Uncle Sparkee says:

    Hey tommy boy, you big city lights rely on the government! Take a ride to your corner, look around boy. Up here will hunt, farm, and cut wood and grow the damn medical mowy wowwy one could only dream of. Government, hahaha. When the lights go out don’t worry tommy boy the government will feed ya, good luck chuck! Don’t come runnin to the back woods, I’ll let tokes and killer use you as a chew toy! No trespassing tommy boy!

    1. steven (Derby Lake) says:

      City folks lol They get lost in the country without a starbucks nearby.

      1. Uncle Sparkee says:

        Tommy boy will get lost if his big yellow M sign goes out! Rely on the government hahaha, we r the government in these back woods!

        1. Tom says:

          Glad us city folks could provide you with internet!

      2. Tom says:

        I prefer Biggby!

    2. INDY says:

      Don’t for get the off tom tom!! bugs are bad right now!! INDY!!

      1. Tom says:

        Won’t need it with all the smoke!

        1. INDY says:

          Hey tom u have in weather news for us??? I Do it’s still warm outside!! INDYY!!

        2. steven (Derby Lake) says:

          My internet doesn’t come from the city.

    3. Brian(Grandville) says:

      I don’t think anyone on here is planning to come pay you a visit in the back woods for anything boy. Keep the tin foil hat close by though. You never know.

      1. GunLakeDeb says:

        I like Uncle Sparkee – he’s a never-ending source of giggles. He’s at about a level of nine, for paranoia; yet posts regularly on a VERY public blog that he lives in Baldwin and never fails to mention that he grows marijuana. Apparently good stuff, too. A crop with a very distinctive smell – and so highly visible that the State Police can see it from the air in their helicopters. And I can assure him that the folks who are interested in his crops can definitely tell the difference between IT and poison Ivy. Even if they live in the city. With GPS technology being what it is – ANYONE can venture into the woods and find their way back again.

        Don’t worry, Uncle Sparkee – I have no interest in your crops. None.

  7. INDY says:

    Seeing some Lightning to the south west Out at thee YARDofBRICKS!! Could it be some rain!!! INDYY!!

    1. steven (Derby Lake) says:

      Tom is out there with his flashlight already lol

      1. Tom says:

        You should try out for “Last Comic Standing”

        1. INDY says:

          Night tommy!! Bill Just had some thunder Out at thee YARDofBRICKS ,,,INDYY!!

        2. Jack says:

          TOMMY….CUE::: Tommy- The Who (With lyrics!) Part 1 – YouTube
          ► 8:50► 8:50
          http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dyNGQ2wUSVM. LOL…. STAY CUEDDDD Folks……. ;-)

  8. Nathan (Forest Hills) says:

    Anyone having bad allergies? I can’t get to sleep. I’m thinking the warm weather has something to do with it.

    1. Sandy(Hudsonville) says:

      Allergies are suppose to be really bad this year. If you have a/c keep your bedroom windows closed it will help at night. Mine are acting up too. Also a lot of stuff is still budding & blooming depending what you are allergic to. Once the lilac bushes are done blooming I am ok till Fall & then I can’t wait till a good frost.

    2. steven (Derby Lake) says:

      Yea every time I go outside for about the past week.

    3. Carrie (Byron Center) says:

      Yes, me too! I wake up every day with a sore throat and clogged nasal passages!!!

  9. Just got a 3 minute sprinkle here. Just enough to wet the read barely. I’ll take every drop

    1. Roads* not reads Lol stupid auto correct

  10. Carrie (Byron Center) says:

    Hoping for a thunder shower to put me asleep!

    1. Jack says:

      Or CUE:::: LISTEN TO THE RHYTHM OF THE FALLING RAIN (THE … – YouTube
      ► 2:30► 2:30
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fc5fWU8z3O0. Sweet DREAMS & Stay CUEDDD TO…… ” Thee YARDofCUES”,,,,,,, LOL…zzzzzzzzzz. ;-)

      1. Bill Steffen says:

        That’s the first song I really liked on popular radio…I was 10 or 11. I guess being a weather song was a factor. Most of the guys in the group were ex-Navy and this song was written by one of them who was watching a thunderstorm from his Navy ship. The Cascades followed this with “The Last Leaf”, “Shy Girl” and faded off into semi-obscurity. They are up in their 70s now and mostly retired. They did perform last month in the Philippines, where they have a following. Here’s the Cascades performing with Nina Girado, who has a delightful voice: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KXkFjLA-Wh8

        1. Jack says:

          ” LIKE”….. Thanks BILL !!! & as Always…..STAY CUEDDD !!

        2. Jack says:

          Hey BILL,,,, CUE, Jackson Browne ,,,,, You Love the Thunder – YouTube
          http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ylT5lpvRR48. His is Coming To The Fredrick Meijer Gardens Sometime This Summer For a Concert. I’d Love To See J.Browne AGAIN LIVE !! BILL, Can Ya Get Me A DEAL on Tickets ?? Thanks, i’ll stay CUEDDD…. ;-)

  11. Jack says:

    An Evening with Jackson Browne | Meijer Gardens
    http://www.meijergardens.org/calendar/jackson-browne
    Jackson Browne’s career began in the mid-1960′s and hasn’t slowed down. Since his debut album came out in 1972, he has released thirteen studio albums  …
    Stay CueDDDD…. ;-)

  12. fixxxer says:

    1 week of warm weather followed by 2 weeks of below average, awesome, NOT!

  13. Barry in Zeeland says:

    Ugh, not even 7 in the morning and it already feels terrible here at work. 95 already inside, we’ll easily top 100 today cuz we have no air in the work area. This must be what a mini ice age I keep hearing about must feel like?

  14. Wow MDT risk west of us tomorrow. Supposed to start out as Supercells then evolve into potentially a derecho

  15. Bnoppe says:

    Anyone read the morning AFD talks about potential McS

  16. DF (EGR) says:

    Doing yard work at the new house yesterday was brutal but nessisary… Good to be back to the west side. Move in is today… After that it can rain, we need it :)

    1. Barry in Zeeland says:

      Welcome to the west side! Looks weird with EGR behind your name, I thought it was a imposter at first.

      1. DF (EGR) says:

        It’s me. I’m back and forth between A2 and EGR so you’ll see both for a while.

    2. GunLakeDeb says:

      Stay hydrated – it’s muggy out there. NOT a good day to move – but you do what you gotta do. Best wishes!!

  17. DF (EGR) says:

    Here is the Muskegon record.

    RECORD EVENT REPORT
    NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND RAPIDS, MI
    1251 AM EDT MON JUN 02 2014

    …RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURE TIED AT MUSKEGON MI…

    A RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURE OF 88 DEGREES WAS SET AT MUSKEGON MI
    ON 01 JUN 2014. THIS TIES THE OLD RECORD OF 88 SET IN 1988.

  18. Travis (Oakland County) says:

    Very mild here overnight. 74 degrees right now.

    Today will mark my 15th day in a row without a colder than average day.

    1. SlimJim NW GR (1) says:

      I am sure that the string will be broken sometime this month and lets just hope we do not see a string of ten degrees below average days in the coming days. But it sure has been a nice long string of nice warm days so far while it has lasted. And now most of Michigan is now for the most part back to normal for the outside growing even in the UP
      SlimJim

  19. SlimJim NW GR (1) says:

    Its now the second day of June 2014 and today is starting out on the warm side I have a temp here of 76° but its cloudy so I do not expect it to get all that warm today. Maybe some what humid as the DP is in the mid 60’s but for me that is OK I like it on the warm and somewhat humid side. And that reminds me as I, along with several others put up with constant bragging on the cold and snow last winter with out too many complaints (from me anyway) and now we have had several somewhat warm days and lo and behold there are several personas already complaining on how hot and humid it is well in the words use last winter by some….its summer so get used to it LOL well here in the mid latitudes we do not have to wait too long for the weather to change so soon it will be cooler and less humid and after that expect a contused up and down pattern for the foreseeable future that will run the rest of the summer and then into the fall and who knows maybe next winter as well. So just set back and enjoy our changeable weather we have here in the mid latitudes.
    SlimJim

    1. GunLakeDeb says:

      Up and down temps is OK with me. I try to schedule the outdoor work during the “down” parts…LOL!

  20. INDY says:

    Getting the sprites ready for today severe storms!!! Maybe about 1 or 2 we could see some thunder booms and lightning zooms!!! Need some rain had dust bowl 4 yesterday cutting the grass out at thee YARDofBRICKS !!! seeing some nice cool temps next week that will feel right can’t wait!!! Sprite it up!! INDYY!!

  21. Travis (Oakland County) says:

    Best place for swimming is in between South Haven and St. Joe.

    Water temp up to 62.5 degrees.

    I was up at Lake Charlevoix over the weekend. Water temp was 54-60.

    1. GunLakeDeb says:

      Nah – best place for swimming is Yankee Springs State Park. Gun Lake must be at 80 by now….. was 76 last Monday.

    2. Mark (East Lansing) says:

      Um, no thanks. 62.5 is horribly cold.

      1. steven (Derby Lake) says:

        One of the many many times I’ve been to Torch Lake, one year I think it was in July or August, the water dropped 10-15 degrees or more just by the wind change out of the north.

      2. Travis (Oakland County) says:

        Don’t tell that to the Yoopers. That’s warm for them.

        I saw lots of jet skiers out this weekend where I was, and it was much colder than that.

        1. Mark (East Lansing) says:

          I’m not a big fan of hypothermia.

  22. Ian (Jenison) says:

    Did not get ONE drop of rain last night! Doesn’t look like any of the stuff to the west is coming our direction either. Better fire up those sprinklers…

  23. steven (Derby Lake) says:

    Assumed it would have been raining by now or had rained over night according to the forecast at 11 pm

  24. I seem to have no reason to believe we won’t get some big storms. I’ve got full sunshine. I thought it would be raining by now by the sounds of yesterday. Maybe it’s shear but it seems we should be in a SLGT risk

    1. Red in Allegan Co. says:

      According to channel 3 this morning we are in a slight risk. Maybe thats changed already.

      1. According to the NWS we are in the “See Text” green area.

  25. INDY says:

    Severe Thunder Storm Watches Coming This Afternoon!! Stay Tuned!! INDYY!

    1. steven (Derby Lake) says:

      Jerry Hoagie is ready. Got your hoagies made for the day yet Jerry to watch some boom booms??? ;)

  26. John (Norton Shores) says:

    The NAM gives west Michigan a direct hit for the MCS on Wedneaday while the EURO and GFS take it along the border, we shall see which one is correct. Taking it that the NAM is usually the outliar, I’m going with the farther south solutions.

    1. Do you happen to have the links to these? I am not sure where to find them.

      1. John (Norton Shores) says:

        The GFS is however farther north than previous runs, so it bears watching to see what the 12Z does.

        1. Yes I am seeing the same thing as well. I am thinking forsure I-94 south needs to be on watch for Wednesday. We shall see what the next few updates feature, as well as the outlook areas.

        2. John (Norton Shores) says:

          The 12Z NAM still gives us a direct hit.

        3. We should have a better understanding tomorrow. I believe there will still be 1-2 more shifts in the slght to mdt risk areas from now till then. While I don’t think we will get a mdt risk, a slght seems possible with the hatched area if computer models begin to agree with it coming farther north.

  27. INDY says:

    Starting to feel like Tornado weather outside!! Clouds are rolling fast winds picking up and its getting muggy outside!! Better run to the store and grab some more sprites!!! INDYY!!

  28. INDY says:

    We are going to have to watch later today the winds are picking up out in ahead of the storms , just maybe a good set up for Derecho to blow over nows the time pick up the yard put some music on and drink some sprites INDYY!!

  29. SS (Pwell Area) says:

    Had short lived down pour about an hour or so. Deck is already looking dry!

  30. Intellicast has thunderstorms firing around 2pm for most of West Michigan.

  31. DarrenSVRstm ( Cedar S ) says:

    Thunderstorm outlook :

    http://www.spc.noaa.gov/products/exper/enhtstm/

  32. Bnoppe says:

    &&

    .UPDATE…
    ISSUED AT 1141 AM EDT MON JUN 2 2014

    INSTABILITY CONTINUES TO BUILD THIS MORNING AS SUBSTANTIAL BREAKS
    AND SOLID TEMPERATURE ADVECTION HAVE WARMED READINGS TO AROUND 80.
    DEW POINTS REMAIN IN THE UPPER 60S. SURFACE BASED CAPE VALUES HAVE
    RISEN TO AROUND 1500 J/KG WITH LI/S AROUND -4C. WIND FIELDS ARE
    MORE THAN ADEQUATE WITH THE 850MB LLJ PROGD TO BE IN THE 30-40
    KNOT RANGE THIS AFTERNOON. THE MID LEVEL JET IS ON THE ORDER OF 45
    KNOTS THIS AFTERNOON. DEEP LAYER 0-6KM SHEAR VALUES ARE ON THE
    ORDER OF 30-40 KNOTS AT 21Z. A DECENT LOOKING SHORTWAVE IN WATER
    VAPOR IMAGERY CONTINUES TO PLOW EAST AS WELL MARCHING ACROSS
    WISCONSIN TOWARDS LOWER MICHIGAN AT 15Z.

    SO…THINKING IS THAT WE WILL SEE CONVECTION EXPAND IN COVERAGE
    AND INCREASE IN INTENSITY THIS AFTERNOON AS THE MID LEVEL
    SHORTWAVE WORKS INTO AN INCREASINGLY UNSTABLE ATMOSPHERE. DEEP
    LAYER SHEAR VALUES ARE DECENT AND SHOULD SUPPORT AT LEAST THE
    SCATTERED CHANCE OF SEVERE WEATHER. GIVEN A UNIDIRECTIONAL PROFILE
    EXPECTING STRONG WINDS TO BE THE BIGGEST THREAT. OF EQUAL CONCERN
    THOUGH WILL BE THE THREAT FOR HEAVY RAINS AS PWAT VALUES ARE UP
    AROUND 1.75 INCHES WHICH IS AROUND 3 STANDARD DEVIATIONS ABOVE
    NORMAL. THE MOST ORGANIZED STORMS WILL HAVE THE THREAT FOR
    MARGINAL HAIL AS WELL.

    IN TERMS OF MORPHOLOGY THERE WILL LIKELY BE THE TYPICAL LAKE
    SHADOW IN THE DIVERGENT WINDS OFF THE LAKE AT LEAST INITIALLY. LIFT
    VIA THE UPPER SHORTWAVE SHOULD PUSH A DECENT SWATH OF SHOWERS AND
    STORMS THROUGH THE ENTIRE CWA. BEST CHANCES FOR STORMS AND SEVERE
    WEATHER THOUGH WILL BE INLAND FROM NEAR HIGHWAY 131 AND POINTS
    EAST. HRRR SIMULATED REFLECTIVITY CONTINUES TO POINT TOWARD
    DISCRETE CELLS FIRING INITIALLY FOLLOWED BY MORE OF A LINE OF
    STORMS IN THE MID TO LATE AFTERNOON HOURS. STORMS SHOULD BE
    SWEEPING EAST

  33. DarrenSVRstm ( Cedar S ) says:

    Afternoon update actually reads better than I thought , many of the elements are coming together . Many should see scattered TSM with the biggest threat being wind and folks near the 131 and east with the best chances it sounds like. Update link below….

    http://forecast.weather.gov/product.php?site=NWS&issuedby=GRR&product=AFD&format=CI&version=1&glossary=1

    1. DarrenSVRstm ( Cedar S ) says:

      Storms starting to fire up …..thunder – storms looking good and a pleasant surprise ,,!! Enjoy the boomers… :)

  34. Jerry Hoag says:

    HOAGIEMAN IS READY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I AM IN THE NEW THREAD!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  35. ~Sherry~ (Comstock Park) says:

    I am hearing thunder!!

  36. kentwoodchicken says:

    BWAAK! Chicken just saw lightning! Do not want to be “roasted chicken”!

  37. DF (EGR) says:

    Rain!!! No so good for the moving guys… Oh well.

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