Watch is Over for Michiana Area

July 14th, 2014 at 1:11 pm by under Bill's Blog, Weather

1630 UTC Day 1 Outlook   WW0417 RADAR Thumbnail ImageThere was a Severe T-Storm Watch from far SW Michigan (Berrien, Cass, St. Joseph Counties) through much of NW Indiana, Illinois and Missouri.   It’s been cancelled for Michigan and N. Indiana. Both of these graphics should update automatically.  The odds of isolated severe weather will be greater well south of the Michigan/Indiana border in S. Indiana and Ohio.

3 Responses to “Watch is Over for Michiana Area”

  1. Is there dryer air here from Ottawa, Kent, Ionia Counties north? Because the rain seems to dry up as its gets up near this area. Not that we really need much rain, but I am just curious if the air is more dry and stable up here.

    1. Jerry Hoag says:

      Im have been wondering that too Kyle??????

  2. Daniel G says:

    Much dryer air sweeping down from the north country. Thas is what is triggering the storms to our south. Dryer cooler air being force fed into warmer more humid air to the south. Thats what makes thunderstorms!

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