Some Scattered Showers & Storms
Variably Cloudy, Mild & Muggy
HIGH: Low to Mid 80s
SUNRISE 7:11 am
SUNSET: 8:11 pm (13 hours of daylight, down from 15 hours and 21 min. on June 21)
WHAT WE’RE TRACKING
Unseasonably Warm for the Weekend
Few Widely Scattered Showers and Storms Possible
Patchy Nighttime Fog
WIND: SW-W 5-10 knots
WAVES: 0-2 feet
WATER TEMPS: Muskegon 70, Holland 71, South Haven 72, Grand Haven 72, Ludington 73, Saugatuck 74, Mears 69, Reeds Lake (East G.R.) 76 (as 12:15 am Saturday)
SATURDAY Watch for scattered showers or storms today. Some could have heavy downpours and gusty winds. Otherwise, highs will be in the mid 80s, with humid conditions and a mix of sun and clouds.
SUNDAY Hot and humid with highs in the upper 80s. The chance of catching a mainly afternoon/evening t-shower is about 20%-30% (best chance a bit inland along the leading edge of the lake-breeze). So, the vast majority of the time it will be dry.
MONDAY Expect partly sunny skies with hot and humid temperatures. Clouds will be increasing through the day. Most of the area will stay completely dry, but storm chances arrive late in the afternoon and evening. Heavy rain is possible Monday night into Tuesday for some areas.
NEXT WEEK We’ll have a good chance of showers and t-storms on Tuesday and a few scattered showers are possible into at least early Wednesday. Skies may clear by late Wednesday. Partly sunny, a little cooler for next Thursday and Friday. A stronger cold front will bring cooler temperatures by next weekend. High temperatures will likely be only in the 60s for the 12th-13th.
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