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Thursday, August 30, 2007

A beautiful weekend ahead

The weather forecasters at the National Weather Service offices in Grand Rapids, Gaylord and Marquette say there's a pretty nice Labor Day weekend ahead.
Temperatures are to be near normal, with highs ranging from the mid- to upper 70s to the low 80s by the time Labor Day gets here.
A cold front is expected to move through Upper Michigan Sunday and get to northern Lower Michigan by late Sunday or early Monday. That could bring a chance of rain for the Upper Peninsula Sunday -- and that's something that's desperately needed in the very dry U.P. The forecast for the northern Lower Peninsula lists a chance of showers or thundershowers for Sunday night and Monday -- again, something that the dry forests in that area really need.
By the time the front gets to mid-Michigan, it's likely the dynamics that will produce rain to the north will have fizzled out. The forecast -- at least the current one -- is dry and pleasant.


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