Wet Weather This Week

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No more snow this week, but we’ll have several chances of rain.  The map above is the 3-Day Total Rainfall Forecast from the Weather Prediction Center for Wednesday AM to Friday AM  Heavy rainfall is forecast from Texas to Southern Michigan.  Totals could be as high as 2″ in West Michigan.   The Southeast U.S. stays quite warm and generally dry. 

Sscattered showers this afternoon with showers and thunderstorms tonight and tomorrow.   Here’s current radar:  

 
Click for latest Base Reflectivity radar loop from the Grand Rapids/Muskegon, MI radar and current weather warnings
and Regional Radar:

 
Central Great Lakes sector loop

So far this month of April is 0.3 deg. warmer than average, with a healthy average wind speed of 12 mph.  Gr. Rapids has had 3.28″ of precipitation and that’s 0.29″ above average.  We’ve had snow on 6 days this month. 

The highest temp. in the U.S. Sun. was 106 at Rio Grande Villa Texas and the lowest was +1 at Casa Vieta Meadows California. 

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