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HEADLINES: Friday: - Sun-Clouds 39°,  Saturday 40°.  Early Mix To Rain Sunday 43°, Showers (Maybe A T-Storm) Sunday pm Into Monday 46° 0.60 - 0.90 QPF
 
2017-18 WINTER OUTLOOK
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7 Day QPF
 
Above To Much Above Normal Temperatures With Above Normal Precipitatoin Is Expected For The Rest Of January Into The First Week Of February As Winter Overall Takes A Break Over The Eastern United States........

THURSDAY HIGHS

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Lansing 58.9

Middleton 58.7

Henderson 57.5

Blissfield 57.4

Jasper 57.4

Breckenridge 57.1

Clarksville 56.3

Newaygo 55.1

Marlette 54.4

Brown City 52.8

St Thomas 52.0

Tupperville 52.0

London 51.4

Rain Maps - Day - Storm - Month
My Rainfall Forecast - Sun-Tue
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MI Radar U.S. Radar Climate HD-CAMS 2017 GDD 10-3  January -4.8°
IR SAT Surface Winds Bill's Blog 6-10 & 8-14 Day 30 Day SOIL CONDITIONS



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1976 Ice Storm Documentary By Consumers Power "Very Cool"


MAC WEATHER UPDATE - Friday
, January 19, 2018  7:05am  
Sun & Clouds Into Saturday,  Showers & 40s Sunday Into Monday (T-Storm ?)
 

The snow will melt away with the exception of some of the Snowbelt areas with a combination of Sun + Mild Temps + Rain + Wind = Goodbye Snow !  This storm will bring a snow storm to the upper Midwest including parts of the UP but not for the MAC-LAC areas where rain will be the main precipitation feature. At the onset of the storm for early Sunday morning we could see some mixed frozen precipitation but amounts would be light if it happens at all but be aware of that possibility.  The warmer air and higher Dew Points will surge in for Sunday afternoon into Monday and we can't rule out a stray thundershower but odds are it will just be a rain pattern.  0.60 to 0.90 seems like a good MAC-LAC Weather Network average with locally up to 1.30 inches possible with the best chances for higher rainfall amounts looking to be over the northwest locations from Clarksville to Breckenridge north and west. Colder air with some wrap around moisture should bring a Trace to 2 inches of snow for Tuesday as the storm pulls away..   

Thanks for stopping by and "73's To All"  m sterling


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My 2017-18 Winter Outlook


Monday November 20, 2017
Snowy roads near M66 over the weekend


Tuesday, January 9, 2018
Weather Station In St Thomas, Nice And Snowy Scene.
 


Monday, October 9, 2017
Michigan Clouds


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