Sprinkles End This Evening
Partly to Mostly Cloudy
Slight Chance of Patchy Fog (Mainly Near Lake Michigan)
WINDS: NW 5-10 mph
SUNRISE 6:07 a.m.
SUNSET 9:25 p.m.
WHAT WE’RE TRACKING
Partly Sunny and Cool Tomorrow
Mostly Sunny Thursday and Friday
Great Weather for the Fourth of July Holiday Weekend
Chance of Storms next Monday PM/Night
TONIGHT The last of the showers and sprinkles will move out this evening. Look for partly to mostly cloudy skies tonight and northwest winds at 5-10 mph. This evening, we’ll have a dramatic meeting of the planets Venus and Jupiter in our western sky and a full moon in the southeast. For more information on that – check out Bill’s Blog.
WEDNESDAY Skies will become partly sunny. It’ll be a relatively cool day for early July with a high of 74 inland and readings holding in the 60s at Lake Michigan. Winds will be northwest-west at 5-15 mph. Waves on Lake Michigan will be 2-3 feet in the am and 1-2 feet late in the day.
THURSDAY Mostly sunny with a high in the mid 70s and light winds.
FRIDAY Friday will be dry and sunny, with highs in the low 80s.
WEEKEND Mostly sunny and pleasant for our Fourth of July and for Sunday…high inland will be in the low-mid 80s – again it will be cooler near Lake Michigan. There could be a little isolated patchy fog early Saturday.
LOOKING AHEAD We’ll have a chance of showers and storms from Monday PM into at least early Tuesday. Not much hot, humid weather in early July. We should be a little cooler than average for the middle of the month.
Check out Bill’s Blog. Bill has more on the earthquake that we had today in West Michigan. He’s also got more on the weather for the coming holiday weekend, and a planetary update – as Venus and Jupiter snuggle up next to each other in our evening sky!