Evening storms, then clearing and cooler overnight
Wind: NW-N 10-20 mph late
SUNRISE 6:23 a.m.
SUNSET 9:13 p.m.
LAKE MICHIGAN Wednesday:
RIP CURRENT RISK: Moderate to high on beaches on the north sides of piers
WAVES 4-6 feet
WIND N 15-25 knots
What We’re Tracking:
Much cooler, less humid
Scattered storms will move through West Michigan overnight as a cold front passes. Some storms could be severe with straight-line winds and hail.
Temperatures will turn a little cooler for Weds. afternoon and Thursday, back into the 70s with lower humidity. Thursday and most of Friday look to be mostly sunny. We’ll have a chance of a couple of showers and thunderstorms this weekend.
Medium-range outlooks are calling for below normal temperatures for late July into early August.
Make sure you join Kyle Underwood beginning at 5pm as he will track any thunderstorms into West Michigan.
Also, Check out Bill’s Blog: Bill has more on our Clean Air Action Day today, the relatively cool long-range forecast and severe weather rockin’ N. Dakota.