Vol XVI – #262 – Winter Weather Warning

Report #5732 Photo: LR_12- 16-16

LR 12-16-2016

6:00 am ~ 19° ~ Cloudy – Wind: Southwest at 10 gusting to 20 mph ~ Humidity: 64%
Sunrise is at 8:16 am ~ Ave. Low is 21° ~ Record Low is  -3° (1973)

3:00 pm – 24° ~ Snowing ~ Wind: Southwest at 8 gusting to 16 mph ~ Humidity: 75%

Sunset is at 5:02  pm ~ Ave. High is 32° ~ Record High is 60° (1984) 

Moonphase: Waning Gibbous ~ Pressure: 30.22 in ~ Dew Point: 8° ~ Visibility: 5 Miles
Daylight: 8 Hrs 46 Mns
Forecast for 12/17/16 – Snow – High: 27° – Low: 13°

Vol XVI - #261 - Looks Cold and Windy... It Is
Vol XVI - #263 - Winter Wonderland

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A system snow moved in from across Big Blue and so far 3 inches have fallen with a total 6 predicted. The wind has died down a bit.

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The story below first appeared on the Leland Report on December 16th, 2004, 12 years ago and has been featured each year since.  I was on the bridge taking a picture of the old boat house and turned to see Bob and Judy walking toward me, took the picture knowing it would be a keeper and… so it has.  Stonehouse Bread is now located in Traverse City having been sold many years ago, but will always be part of our Leland Christmas spirit.

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Judy in Grand Blanc
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This Judy always wishes she had known Stonehouse Bread in Leland and Bob, before it moved on. Thanks for sharing, Mr. B. 🙂

Julie Semroc
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Thank you. Truly enjoy the daily posts. Biscuit blends in nicely with the sand and snow next to Big Blue.

sugarloaf rasa
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Love the Christmas traditions!!

Dick, in Rankin
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Judging by your pix, the warning came a bit late.

paulinjomo
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Thanks Keith. I love this annual remembrance. A ritual of the Christmas season.

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