As I’ve mentioned many times – in an overall dry pattern in mid-late summer, be grateful for the rain that you get. The pic. above from Steve Damstra, who takes awesome pictures of nature and especially sunsets at Grand Haven. Steve has also been playing extraordinary music in West Michigan for as long as I’ve been on TV. We have to bounce this virus so our bands can get back to the tunes.
This is Storm Total Rainfall from the G.R. NWS radar. The green indicates where the heaviest rain fell. Note there was no rain or just a trace over W. Allegan Co. and along much of I-94. Here’s some rainfall totals as of 8 am 7/29: 1.77″ Trufant (Montcalm Co.), 1.63″ Fremont, 1.58″ N. Muskegon, 1.52″ Sand Lake, 1.29″ Kent City, 1.24″ Croton (Newaygo Co.), 1.03″ Cedar Springs, 1.01″ Muskegon (0.35″ in 9 minutes), 0.95″ Sparta, 0.89″ Montague, 0.85″ Belding, 0.84″ Rockford and White Cloud, 0.75″ Hart, 0.66″ Mt. Pleasant, 0.61″ Comstock Park, 0.58″ Ludington, 0.45″ Lowell, 0.43″ Allendale, 0.41″ Big Rapids, 0.35″ Lansing, 0.34″ Ionia, 0.29″ Hastings, 0.22″ Grand Rapids (airport), 0.08″ Hudsonville, – nothing at Holland (airport), Kalamazoo, Battle Creek, Marshall, Charlotte, Jackson.