Variably Cloudy (More Clouds than Sun)
Scattered Shower, T-storm (Mostly PM)
High: Low to mid 70s (60s lakeshore)
WIND: W 5-15
SUNRISE 6:30 a.m.
SUNSET 9:06 p.m.
LAKE MICHIGAN Tuesday:
RIP CURRENT RISK: Moderate
WAVES: 1-3 feet
WIND W-NW 10-15 knots
WHAT WE’RE TRACKING
Cool end to July
Scattered showers/storms mostly in the afternoon each day this week
Back into the 80s by this weekend
It will be a cool end to July with highs in the 70s through Thursday. There’s a good chance of a few pop-up showers or thunderstorms this afternoon. The airmass is cool enough and freezing levels are low enough that some of the moderately strong storms could produce pea sized hail. There will be more clouds than sunshine developing this afternoon. I expect high temperatures to peak in the 60s along the lakeshore and low to mid 70s inland.
Most showers will dissipate with the loss of the day time heating. Partly cloudy skies will develop with low temperatures in the 50s.
An afternoon shower or thunderstorm will possible right through Saturday with a gradual warming trend with temperatures. Highs will be in the 80s beginning Friday and continuing through the weekend.
Check out Bill’s Blog for more on the long-range outlook (still no 90° days for West Michigan) and dangers at Lake Michigan today..