Tuesday early risers were left thinking here we go again as another low pressure system dropped from Minnesota, across Wisconsin, over Lake Michigan and into Southwest Michigan. Almost like a train schedule you could imagine the conductors call, Next stop KalamazooKalamazoo, next stop ringing through the pre-dawn air. Perhaps, if you recall what happened last winter, its good if weather patterns stay on schedule. Guess what? Theres a chance itll stay on the same schedule Wednesday morning before things start to settle down and dry out for a couple of days. By the weekend and into early next week well start to see conditions get more favorable for producing showers and some thunderstorms. And so the cycle goes. Short-term, it doesnt look favorable for an area-wide outbreak of severe weather but a couple of individual cells still could reach severe limits in the humid summer air today even though the 5:50 for Columbus has left the station. Well wave goodbye yet again, umbrellas in hand.
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