Vol XVI – #331 – After an Overnight Thunder Storm

Report #5801 Photo: LR_2-23-17

 

LR 02-23-2017

6:00 am ~ 36° ~ Cloudy – Wind: Northwest at 11mph ~ Humidity: 96%

Sunrise is at 7:32 am ~ Ave. Low is 16° ~ Record Low is  -18° (1926)

2:40 am – 37° ~ Mostly Cloudy ~ Wind: Northwest at 10 mph ~ Humidity: 82%  

Sunset is at 6:22  pm ~ Ave. High is 32° ~ Record High is 60° (1984) 

Moonphase: Waning Cresent ~ Pressure: 29.88 in ~ Dew Point: 32° ~ Visibility: 10 Miles 
Daylight: 10 Hrs 50 Mns
Forecast for 2/24.3/17 – Snow to Rain/Wind- High:36° – Low: 32°

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Vol XVI - #330 - Leland in the Morning Sun
Vol XVI - #332 - After an Overnight Snow Storm

Trees2-23-17

A real overnight boomer with lots of lightning and surround sound to go with it. After a brief Spring, we are back to Winter like weather for the next week.  Why the trees?… Why not. 

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Judy in Grand Blanc
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Love the trees! Birch is one of my faves!

Gajimmy
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The trees would make a difficult puzzle!

Jeff in Paw Paw
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Fore? Or four?

Dick, in Rankin
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The trees make some interesting patterns against the somber sky.

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