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Today’s Forecast: Updated 3/29/2020 9:00am

*Very Windy Conditions!

*Another Rainy Afternoon

*Warmer Temperatures Mid-Week

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*** Wind Advisory – A wind advisory has been issued for the following counties: Oceana, Newaygo, Mecosta, Isabella, and Montcalm. This remains in effect until 8 pm. Southwest winds will gust up to 50mph at times causing tree limbs to fall, potential power outages, and difficulty driving. Stay Safe.

*** Lakeshore Flood Advisory– Oceana county has been placed under a lakeshore flood advisory until 11 pm. 6 to 8 ft waves are to be expected. Minor beach erosion and lakeshore flooding are expected.

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Today: As this weekend system rotates over Northern Michigan, more rain is expected! There will be periods of “dry spots” in the morning and early afternoon. But the majority of your afternoon and evening will be soggy and rainy. Winds are going to ramp up substantially for Central Lower Counties, gusting up to 50 mph at times!!! Please read the high wind warning above for details. Everywhere north of M-55 will have SW flow at 10 to 20 mph. High temperatures range between 44 to 58 degrees!

Tonight: Some isolated showers will remain as we head into the overnight hours. With lows ranging in the low to upper 30s, the chance for some snow to mix in is possible. Winds will settle some, but still breezy, at around 8 to 18 mph.

Monday: Isolated showers are the story Monday morning, where we could see a mix of rain and snow. Skies will gradually clear through the afternoon. Winds will still be rather breezy. Highs will only be in the upper 30s to mid 40s.

Tuesday – Friday: Conditions are mostly cloudy to partly cloudy for your Tuesday and Wednesday. Highs stay in the 40s. Temperatures will begin rising after Wednesday, returning to the 50s. Thursday and Friday bring another chance for some rain, with warming temps in the mid 40s to upper 50s.

-Forecaster Samantha Jacques

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Seasonal Snowfall: As of 3/28/2020

Location       This Season     Normal

Houghton Lk         52.2″          62″

Sault Ste. Marie    125.6″       112.3″

Gaylord                  113.3″        133.7″

Traverse City         79.6″          98.1″

West Branch         46.2″          48.1″

Petoskey                99.2″         120.1″

 

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