Monday, October 12, 2009

Big Weather Picture: Oct. 12-18

by Tornado Bob

The weather this coming week may be best described as "dull". We will have mostly mostly cloudy weather with occasional chances of light snow or rain as warm air attempts to move in from the southwest and our cold high pressure attempts to remain in place. Liquid equivalent precipitation may be 0.15" to 0.30". Highs will be in the 30s and 40s most of the week with lows in the 20s and 30s. The main storm track remains mostly to our south and west like it has for the past couple months. By the second half of this coming weekend (17th/18th), we'll have breezy conditions and temperatures returning to average for this time of year (near 50 for highs).

You can hear Tornado Bob on the KAXE Monday Morning Show at 8:40.

Dr. Bob Conzemius is senior scientist at the WindLogics Research Center in Grand Rapids.

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