There Is a Beach Hazard Statement through Monday morning for high wave action and strong currents
Cooler, Less Humid
Isolated Shower, Sprinkles
WIND: W 10-20 gusting 25-30mph
SUNRISE 6:35 a.m.
SUNSET 9:01 p.m.
WIND: W 10-15
WAVES: Subsiding 2-4 Feet
WATER TEMPS: Muskegon 70, Holland 73, South Haven 72, Grand Haven 74, Ludington 72, Saugatuck 75, Mears 73. Reeds Lake Surface Water Temp. 80 ( as of 4 pm Friday)
WHAT WE’RE TRACKING
Stray Shower Next Two Days
Cooler, Less Humid This Week
TODAY– After the hottest day of the year we’ll enjoy cooler and less humid conditions. Much needed rain fell yesterday but only a stray shower is possible today primarily this afternoon along and east of US-131. High temperatures will be in the mid to upper 70s. It will not be as windy today but westerly wind gusts still could exceed 25 mph.
TONIGHT Variably cloudy skies are expected tonight with more extensive cloud cover expected north of I-96. Lows will be near 60.
MID-WEEK: Temperatures will be a little bit cooler than average this upcoming week, mainly in the mid-upper 70s during the day. Generally a dry forecast through Friday as well.
Check out Bill’s Blog. Bill has on the long-range picture going into August (not much chance of a 90-degree day during the first two weeks of August). Lots of interesting links to great pics. from around the U.S. and world (big snowstorm in the Montana Mtns.).