Holland, Michigan

Hey, let’s take to the trails again, shall we? The afternoon’s forecast takes us to the shores of Lake Michigan.

At 453PM, ET, Holland was reporting a temperature of 70 degrees and mostly sunny skies. There were a few scattered clouds across Michigan but that had to do more with the influence of the Lakes than any synoptic forcing. A large area of high pressure lies centered over New England, and the back end of it slices into Michigan.
Flow at the surface is generally northerly, which is helping to keep temperatures down today. As the ridge continues to retreat to the east, it will be chased by a wave moving through the Canadian tundra. A weak cold front will develop in the Upper Midwest, but the only impact during the forecast period will be an increase in southerly flow, and a fresh Lake breeze.
Tomorrow – Mostly sunny, High 73, Low 48
Tuesday – Mostly cloudy, High 75, Low 49

TWC: Tomorrow – Sunny, High 74, Low 48
Tuesday – Sunny, High 75, Low 50

AW: Tomorrow – Sunny and pleasant High 72, Low 47
Tuesday – Mostly sunny and delightful High 74, Low 49

NWS: Tomorrow – Sunny, High 71, Low 47
Tuesday – Sunny, High 74, Low 50

WB: Tomorrow – Sunny, High 71, Low 47
Tuesday – Sunny, High 74, Low 50

WN: Tomorrow – Mostly Sunny High 72,, Low 46
Tuesday – Mostly Sunny High 75, Low 50

FIO: Tomorrow – Clear throughout the day. High 73, Low 51
Tuesday – Clear throughout the day. High 74, Low 53

That all sounds very nice. There is a rogue storm in Minnesota that only the GFS picked up on, so that’s the model I am leaning towards. Not that it mattered. For Holland, the NAM and GFS were nearly the same. Here is the pockmarked satellite.

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