Finally, a prolonged spring-like session?

Any previous glimpses at spring have been short-lived. This looks to change as a system brings warm air from the south.

The Global Forecast System has a low pressure system ejecting out of the Plains making a bee line to the Canada border this weekend. Warmer temps into the 60s can be expected Saturday, with the highest temperatures met on Sunday which could easily touch the 70s. As the cold front passes through Sunday night, thunderstorms are expected to trigger. Some may reach severe potential, so it’s another night to look out for!  While most of the severe weather looks to stay south of the area, a few storms that do roll through could have some hail and high winds.


Areas likely to experience severe weather. D4 represents Day 4 (Saturday), and D5 represents Day 5 (Sunday).


These areas will be pinpointed as the date comes closer, but models have shown a pretty decent set up for this weather to take place.

While temperatures will be warmer, slight cool downs can be expected as we are still in that fluctuation period. We are on the upswing however!


About gweatherc
Live in Michigan and enjoy observing the weather. Want to pursue it as a career! Currently taking classes at Central Michigan University.

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