Chance of Patchy Fog
WINDS: S-SW 0-5 mph
SUNRISE 7:07 a.m.
SUNSET 8:18 p.m.
WHAT WE’RE TRACKING
Mid-Upper 80s for the Rest of This Week
Chance of Patchy Night Fog and Just a Slight Chance of an Afternoon T-Shower
LAKE MICHIGAN MONDAY
WIND: S-SW 5-10 knots
WAVES: Calm to 1 foot
WATER TEMPS: Muskegon 68, Holland 69, South Haven 71, Grand Haven 68, Ludington 66, Saugatuck 66, Mears 67, Reeds Lake (East G.R.) 73 (as of 5 pm Monday)
TONIGHT Skies will be mostly clear tonight and once again we’ll see some patchy fog developing. Lows will be in the low-mid 60s. Winds will be light and variable.
THIS WEEK: Warm to hot weather will continue through Labor Day with high temperatures in the mid 80s to near 90. The chance of catching a mainly afternoon/evening t-shower each day is about 20% (best chance a bit inland along the leading edge of the lake-breeze). So, the vast majority of the time it will be dry. Humidity levels will be up a bit, so it will be a little muggy. Winds will be light from the southeast to southwest for most all of the week. Cooler air will start to push in around Tuesday of next week and still cooler air should arrive around the 14th.
SEPTEMBER PREVIEW The overall pattern will likely remain mild through much of September, with temperatures likely to run 2 to 5 degrees warmer than average during the month (much of the warmth coming in the first 8 days of the month).
Check out Bill’s Blog. Bill has details on the tropical storms and hurricanes in the Atlantic and Pacific Ocean, including the new hurricane “Fred” and 3 hurricanes in the Central Pacific Ocean. Bill also has a link to drone video of a flash flood in Utah.