Wind: N 5-10 mph
SUNRISE 6:25 a.m.
SUNSET 9:11 p.m.
LAKE MICHIGAN Thursday:
RIP CURRENT RISK: Low
WAVES 1-2 feet
WIND N 5-10 knots
What We’re Tracking:
Dry, cooler and less humid through Friday
Occasional weekend showers, t-storm
Even cooler next week
We’ll be greeted with a beautiful sunrise this morning as high pressure begins it slide over West Michigan. Sunshine will dominate the bright blue sky today with high temperatures in the mid to upper 70s.
Clouds will thicken Friday as warmer air makes a push towards Michigan. There will be a slight chance of an evening shower Friday.
Scattered showers with a few storms are possible Friday night through Saturday morning. At this point it appears Saturday afternoon will be mostly dry. Temperatures will be warmer with more humidity. Both Saturday and Sunday I expect high temperatures in the low 80s. An area of low pressure will sweep through Sunday dragging a strong cold front across the state. This will provide the chance of more showers and thunderstorms Sunday before sharply cooler air moves in to begin next week.
Medium-range outlooks are calling for below normal temperatures for late July into early August.