After Non-Stop Rain, Michigan Might See a Hot, Dry Spell
So we'll have something different to complain about, basically.
Fair warning: the following will contain a barrage of weather mumbo jumbo that I'm not smart enough to understand, but the end of the story is that Michigan is in-store for some dry weather.
It's been raining. A lot. So much, in fact, that a stadium in West Michigan has become a bowl of soup.
But never fear, Michiganders - we're about to get the exact opposite, according to meteorologists. It's time for a hot, dry spell called an Upper Level Omega Block.
You can click HERE for a more scientific explanation of what exactly that is, but the simple version is that we're headed straight for an extended period of dry, hot weather. It sounds like we might have a summer after all.