Weather Updates from TV6 Meteorologists Karl Bohnak and Jennifer Perez
A slow-moving system in the Northern Plains will bring another round of storms this afternoon and evening across parts of the Upper Peninsula. These will start to develop late in the afternoon from Keweenaw county south to Iron county and as west as Marquette/Menominee counties. They could reach severe limits producing strong winds, hail, and heavy rain. Rainfall amounts are expected to be around .50″ to 1.50″ with some of those storms. Flash flooding is the largest hazard with these storms. They’ll weaken tonight. However, a few thunderstorms are possible tomorrow afternoon. Once this system moves out cooler air arrives on Sunday through next week.
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Today: Mostly sunny early on and toasty. Then, thunderstorms from the afternoon through the evening
>Highs: Mid to upper 80s inland, 70s east, 60 along the Great Lakes
Saturday: Partly cloudy with scattered thunderstorms
>Highs: Upper 70s inland, 60s along the Great Lakes
Sunday: Partly cloudy and cooler
>Highs: Mid to upper 60s
Monday: Partly cloudy and cooler
>Highs: 50s south, upper 40s north
Tuesday: A mix of sun and clouds
>Highs: Low 50s
Wednesday: Mostly sunny and near seasonal
>Highs: Upper 50s to low 60s
Thursday: Mostly sunny and mild
>Highs: Low to mid 60s
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