Warm to Hot

August 24th, 2014 at 2:59 am by under Bill's Blog, Weather

thermometer-90-degrees    I haven’t taken much time to look at weather.  Here’s the Convective Outlooks from SPC.  The overnight run of the NAM (caribou) gives G.R. 83 for a high temperature today (Sunday), 90 tomorrow and 89.3 on Tuesday.  That model gives G.R. over an inch of rain Monday night.  The GFS-plot has highs for G.R. of 84, 88, 86, 87 for the next four days.  That model has a chance of showers/t-showers each day from Monday – Thursday with mostly sunny skies for most of next weekend.  Here’s the latest on Tropical Storm Cristobal north of the Bahamas and Hurricane Marie off the west coast of MexicoEarthquake in Iceland – prelude to significant volcanic eruption?

The Tigers were down 9-1 after 3 innings going on to lose 12-4.  Buck Farmer has an era of 15.64.  The regularly schedule game wound up 8-6 Tigers.

2 Responses to “Warm to Hot”

  1. Rad (Jenison/Hudsonville) says:

    I would love to see 1″ of Rain Monday night, I just don’t think we will get it, Hopefully I’m dead wrong.

  2. Rad (Jenison/Hudsonville) says:

    I’m thinking south of GR will hit 90 today. But not GR. I could really care less if it does or not. But it would shut Rocky up if it did hit 90.

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