Were getting a bit of a lull in the daily shower routine today. It should hold until Saturday when moisture brings higher dew points and muggy conditions back into the region. A warm front over the Ohio valley heads our way this weekend as low pressure deepens on the High Plains. Saturday afternoon and evening should see a round of thunderstorms. Sunday also could prove unsettled with some rain. And the month wraps up Monday in a manner appropriate to what weve seen this year with a round of showers and thunder some of which, depending on just how things come together that day, could be strong. The longer-range outlook calls for a wetter than normal July in many places in the Midwest but not as wet as the month well soon be leaving. We average between 160 to 165 days of partly sunny or sunny weather per year in our part of Michigan and despite all the talk of rain well see more of them before the Fourth of July.
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