Slowly-Weakening Showers/Storms In Eastern/Southeastern Counties Moving North-Northwest………Patchy Dense Fog

July 2nd, 2013 at 10:08 pm by under Chad's WLFI Weather Blog

Highs today varied from 65 to 78, depending on how much sun you received & if your winds were off Lake Michigan.

Where the sun was & it warmed up, scattered storms popped.  They are moving north-northwest through the viewing area & are weakening slowly as of 10:10 p.m.

Patchy dense fog is possible overnight-early Wednesday morning.

With partly to mostly cloudy skies, some scattered showers/t’storms will pop Wednesday.  After patchy fog Wednesday night-early Thursday morning, some scattered storms will pop on July 4th, mainly in the afternoon-evening.

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6 Responses to “Slowly-Weakening Showers/Storms In Eastern/Southeastern Counties Moving North-Northwest………Patchy Dense Fog”

  1. Ryan H says:

    Chad, any possible severe in the near future? This weather pattern is pretty boring….although it is helping the AC bill.

  2. JEM says:

    NWC putting July 4th shower chance at 40% – hoping for that to drop a little bit.

  3. We got .70 rain between 12:30 and 1:30 a.m. this morning!

    MA in REM

  4. Autumn says:

    What a dreary & cold vacation week it’s been up here on Lake Shafer. :(

  5. Teri says:

    It has been dreary and chilly, wish the sun would show.

  6. Bud says:

    Nice rain Mary Anne. Nothing here. Looking for the sun also Teri especially tomorrow. Lots of outdoor activities planned.

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