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  1. Beta is doing its dirty job down south. Los of flooding due to its slow progression. OkWx missed out on Beta's hvy rains unfortunately, as all of this moisture is moving east. Speaking of the tropics, "Gamma" is next, if we do get another named storm, which I am sure we will.
  2. 65F attn under mostly sunny skies. I did spot some patchy color around here, so, its starting up. Next week comes the cooldown w highs in the 50s and lows in the 30s.
  3. Attm, 61F under mostly sunny skies. Dew is an incredibly dry 39F, which, enables you to write your name on your skin w your own finger. Just finished a massive work-out, including an intense cardio, so I am now about to do some (yes, paperwork in my homeoffice, which neva seems to stop, right, even on a Sunday..UGH). If time permits today, I might take advantage of a aggressive bike ride up the hills. Note: Medicane, also referred to as " Mediterranean cyclones," did some major damage to the western and northern parts of Greece. Luckily, my properties are on the far ea
  4. Here is hurricane "Teddy" in the open Atlantic heading close to Bermuda and then "Atlantic Canada." Currently a Cat3.....
  5. Sunny skies and very cool conditions continue to prevail as temps still stuck in the 50s and most likely staying there. Another "Frost Advisory" for tanite as temps bottom out into the 30s once again. Although, if might not be as cold as 32F, temps will certainly drop to at least the mid to upper 30s.
  6. Amigo, I agree 100%. This is by far the best sleeping weather indeed. I had the window cracked just a tad last night and feeling that cold breeze rushing ova me, while tucked under my blanket and at the same time having a heater about 6ft or so away blowing some heat is the best feeling. Btw: do you recall what type of Winter 2005 was here in MI (especially our part) because, that year was a record breaking "Tropical Season." So, I am thinking that if it was a severe Winter that year, then, it could pose a threat this Winter, in terms of being "Harsh."
  7. Frost was showing its presence this morning as cartops, roofs and grassy surfaces were covered in light frost. Here is my record low temp: The freezing mark this early in the season must also be another record. Have to check on that. NOAA: : ***MACOMB COUNTY*** RICM4: Richmond 4NNW :0900/ 68 / 32 Detroit remained in the upper 30s. Still, that is impressive for this early in the season. There were a few upper 20s in the far northern suburbs, (especially north of i-69).
  8. This thing is going for a record breaking "Tropical Season." I am not sure though what the record is.
  9. Ok, so, this is what is happening out in the tropics. We are already in the "Greek Alphabet." Beta is on the verge of forming in the GOM. Btw: Teddy is a monster hurricane out in the open Atlantic. Also, Wilfred became the earliest-21st named storm on record in the Atlantic basin, beating out Vince, which formed on Oct. 8, 2005, The others are just wandering all ova the pl.
  10. Here we go...first "Frost" of the season for my area........ Frost Advisory URGENT - WEATHER MESSAGE National Weather Service Detroit/Pontiac MI 1110 AM EDT Fri Sep 18 2020 MIZ047>049-053>055-060>063-068>070-075-076-082-083-190815- /O.NEW.KDTX.FR.Y.0001.200919T0400Z-200919T1300Z/ Midland-Bay-Huron-Saginaw-Tuscola-Sanilac-Shiawassee-Genesee- Lapeer-St. Clair-Livingston-Oakland-Macomb-Washtenaw-Wayne- Lenawee-Monroe- Including the cities of Midland, Bay City, Bad Axe, Saginaw, Caro, Sandusky, Owosso, Flint, Lapeer, Port Huron, Howell, Pontiac, Warren, Ann Arbor, Detroit, Adr
  11. Thought I mention this, but yesterday I saw something really odd. Well, I was driving up to Romeo (not too far from my Pl) to my uncles house to help him set up his new TV set that he bought. Anyways, to get to the point of this, I happened to see a "Surrey" with 3 people riding it and mind you, there were 2 of them on the street riding along w cars. Now, I see these often in NYC, on 5th Ave and Central Park West, but never thought I see them here in Romeo. Interesting indeed! Btw: I wonder if the ride was free!
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