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Today is the Beginning of a Fantastic Weekend - Mid Michigan

We will have a warm, dry weekend with record high temperatures over the next 3-4 days.  Yesterday began with mostly cloud cover, then the skies began to clear  about mid day, and the sun was a welcome sight.  Today will be about 10-15° warmer with more sun.  Then we could see 60° over the weekend.  My only fear is that the trees and bushes will bud out too soon, then a deep freeze.  That's what happened back in 2012 and we lost much of our apple and other fruit crops.

Our 8:45AM temp is 29°F (-1°F), the humidity is 61%, and skies are mostly cloudy.  The pressure is 29.77 in (1007.8 mb) and falling.  Visibility is 10 miles.  Winds are from the SE at 7 mph giving us a wind chill of 22°F (-6°C.  Yesterday's high was 32°F (0°C) and the overnight low was 25°F (-4°C).

OUR FORECAST:

TODAY TONIGHT SATURDAY SATURDAY
NIGHT
SUNDAY SUNDAY
NIGHT
Partly
Cloudy
Partly
Cloudy
Mostly
Sunny
Mostly
Clear
Partly
Cloudy
Mostly
Clear
Hi: 45°F Lo: 40°F Hi: 59°F Lo: 31°F Hi: 51°F Lo: 31°F
Winds:
south at 15 MPH
Winds:
south at 15 MPH
Winds:
west at 20 MPH
Winds:
west at 15 MPH

TILL NEXT TIME . . . . CATHIE

     HAVE A GREAT DAY!

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Comment by Cathie Ursu on Friday

I guess all creeks pretty much look the same.  I took this one while riding my bike.

Comment by Josh Henderson on Friday

Looks like the creek in my woods....except mine moves rather fast.  very serene our scenery and landscape is so similar its creepy...

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