Hey! I’ve had a busy weekend, so I apologize for the lateness of the posts the past couple of days. I’ll check in earlier tomorrow.
At 1053PM, ET, Jackson was reporting a temperature of 51 degrees with overcast skies. Jackson was in a donut hole of radar reflectivity, with the heaviest rain in the Detroit area, with lighter activity was found through south central Michigan. Unfortunately, Jackson is northwest of a weak wave over northwest Ohio, and there was a great deal of stratiform precipitation still to come, this time from northern Indiana.
The surface wave will take it’s time departing the region, and generally rainy conditions will continue across town through the day tomorrow. Fortunately, a cool shield of Canadian high pressure will be building into the region and forcing precipitation out of town. While this means that Monday will be fairly cool, it will also be dry, which is nice.
Tomorrow – Rainy, High 55, Low 46
Monday – Sunnier and dry, High 66, Low 41
TWC: Tomorrow – Rain, High 54, Low 49
Monday – Partly cloudy, High 67, Low 43
AW: Tomorrow – Periods of rain in the morning; otherwise, rather cloudy, windy and colder High 52, Low 46
Monday – Warmer with partial sunshine High 65, Low 42
NWS: Tomorrow – Rain, mainly before 3pm. High 54, Low 47
Monday – Partly sunny High 64, Low 43
WB: Tomorrow – Rain. High 53, Low 47
Monday – Partly sunny until midday then becoming mostly sunny.High 64, Low 43
WN: Tomorrow – Cloudy with Rain High 54, Low 48
Monday – Partly Cloudy High 64, Low 43
FIO: Tomorrow – Rain until afternoon. High 54, Low 47
Monday – Mostly cloudy until afternoon. High 68, Low 42