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Mon: 73/56 N @9mph --> WSW @9mph Sunny.

Tues: 79/59 ESE @6-11mph Mostly sunny.

Wed: 71/60 SW @8-13mph G20 Thunderstorms likely, otherwise mostly cloudy.

Thur: 76/65 SW @8mph Slight chance of showers and thunderstorms, otherwise mostly cloudy.

Fri: 87/65 SSW @12mph Thunderstorms likely, otherwise mostly cloudy.

LSC Wind Forecast

Normal High: 77 Normal Low: 57
Record High: 95 (1988) Record Low: 42 (1999)

Sunrise: 5:52AM
Sunset: 9:10PM

June Lunar Tables

Current Barometer as of 5:55AM: 30.03" (1017.7 mb)

Water temperature at Belle Isle is 60 degrees.

Current LSC satellite image as of 3:15PM 6/14/2009:

Water Water resources Daytime Azure Natural landscape

A look at what's ahead.

Enjoy today and tomorrow everybody as they will be the last of the nice days to head out for a few days. Active and stormy pattern works its way into place for the middle-end of this week. There could be an isolated strong storm or two on Thursday as a warm front lifts north into our area. Friday as of now looks to be a potentially very active severe weather day, so I'll keep you all posted on that. Major warming trend for the weekend however.

NOTE: The move is complete, and we are settling in the new house now. That means I am back to my regular tri-weekly weather reports, as well as the weekly DNR fishing report and any breaking severe weather alerts. Just to let you all know, in case some of you were wondering why I missed all of last week. lol

P.S.: Sorry about the satellite photo. The cumulus clouds were pesky yesterday.


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QUOTE(esoxfly @ Jun 15 2009, 07:29 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>I'm pretty under the weather right now, but if today and tomorrow are the days to get out, I may have to overload on cold meds and get out there and rest if off later in the week.

First of all: get better soon!, and try to get out if you can. That being said, all my "base" information comes directly from this website. As for maps, could you provide more details please for a map specific to what? (precip, temps, humidity, etc...) I use multiple sources when making the weather reports for all of you, and many times I will combine that with my own knowledge to complete the forecast. I never use just 1 website, or source.
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