Isolated showers and storms
WIND: SW 0-5 mph
SUNRISE 6:55 a.m.
SUNSET 8:35 p.m.
WHAT WE’RE TRACKING
Hot and humid this weekend
Scattered showers and storms possible
RIP CURRENT RISK: Low
WIND: S 5-10 knots
WAVES: 0-1 Foot
Scattered showers and storms are still possible later tonight, but most of the heavier rain will fall south of the Michigan-Indiana state line. Low temperatures will be mild near 70.
LATE WEEK/WEEKEND Friday will be the starting point of the very warm and humid air that will invade Michigan over the weekend. Dew points forecast in the 70s will accompany temperatures in the mid to upper 80s will result in heat index readings in the low to mid 90s through the weekend. We even have a chance of the season’s first 90 degree temperature any time from Sunday through Tuesday.
LOOKING AHEAD By the later part of next week cooler and less humid air mass will arrive possibly sticking around through the Labor Day Weekend.
Check out Bill’s Blog for a look at temperatures from January 1 to mid-August for West Michigan and the U.S. more on our current and long-range weather and the latest Great Lakes water levels.