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HEADLINES: Sunday: - While Clean-Up Efforts Continue For Mid Michigan,
We Are Monitoring The Possibility Of More Flooding Rains Later This Week
Evaporation Rates
Evaporation Rates
Percent Of Normal Rainfall
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7 Day QPF
 
Records  98.0  1988  41.0 1905  1.75  1917   0.0  2017
 Monday, June 26, 2017  Normal   High 81   Low 57














   DAY  STORM  MONTH


MI Radar U.S. Radar Climate HD-CAMS 2017 GDD 6-20  June
 1.3°
IR SAT Surface Winds Bill's Blog 6-10 & 8-14 Day 30 Day SOIL CONDITIONS



HISTORIC WEATHER VIDEOS
 

1976 Ice Storm Documentary By Consumers Power "Very Cool"

1978 BLIZZARD VIDEO / SLIDE SHOW
 
AWESOME VIDEO By: Jim Pearson, 5:27 Into The Video Is A Pic By Breckenridge's Billy Posey showing M46 and what is now the One Stop Gas Station.  This Is Very Cool Music Video Presentation Of Michigan's Greatest Blizzard.

MAC Weather Update    Friday, June 23, 2017 7:55am  
Morning T-Storms Will Ease But Mid-Michigan Crops Got Slammed 

The big story will be the flooding rains for much of Mid-Michigan where 72 hours totals over 8.00 inches have been recorded and 7 day totals of around a foot of rain in parts of Isabella and Midland counties. Parts or northern Gratiot county have seen from 6 to 10 inches of rain.  Here in Breckenridge as of 7:55am Friday we've recorded 1.85 inches (New Daily Record breaking the old record 1.62 in 1940) and 2.52 over the last 24 hours.  For the month we are now at 7.08 inches. A huge number of fields are under water this morning.  Just north of Breckenridge a few miles conditions are so much worse and that goes well up into Isabella and Midland counties.  Looking forward more showers today but we should see them diminish as the day goes on.  While Saturday and Sunday will see plenty of dry weather afternoon instability showers and or a storm will be likely and with cold air aloft we could see some of the stronger scattered showers or storms capable of producing some small hail.  Cool weather will last into the middle of next week then late next week we will see the warm air try to return and yes more thunderstorms will be possible as the warm front moves back towards the Great Lakes.

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



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Time Lapse Movies From The Ransom Road Scale House.  From (2017.06.16)  T-Storms In Breckenridge ( Isabella County Gets Ripped By Storms) 


Friday, June 23, 2017
Damaging Floods - Blanchard Road Between Lincoln & Crawford
 



Friday, June 23, 2017
Damaging Floods - Island Park Looking North From Downtown Mt Pleasant
 

Friday, June 23, 2017
Damaging Floods - Midland Hammered Too - I Guess I'll Get Gas At The Next Station




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