Cool Pattern Continues

Bill's Blog
East Grand Rapids skycam with full Hunters Moon on 10 23 18_1540362227103.png.jpg

The cool pattern will continue in West Michigan.  Today will be the 13th day in a row with cooler than average temperatures.  We should see high temperatures below average each of the next five days:

Beyond that, the Climate Prediction Center has Michigan “in the blue” for likely cooler than average for the 6-10 day period from Oct. 29 – Nov. 2:

We should see a lot of sunshine today and tomorrow (Thu.).  Here’s a look at sunset Tue. night at the South Haven Beach:

We’re also at the tail end of the Orionid Meteor Shower:

Unfortunately, we have the full moon to brighten the sky and this is not a particularly good year for the annual shower.  As always, there’s better viewing away from city lights.  The meteors in this shower are tiny and move fast (148,000 mph).

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