Mostly Clear from Kent Co. North – Partly Cloudy South of Kent Co.
LOW: 21 (mid-upper teens cold spots Newaygo Co. north)
SUNRISE 7:52 a.m.
SUNSET 5:10 p.m.
WHAT WE’RE TRACKING
Some Early Morning Frost and Patchy Fog
Sunshine Sunday, Increasing Clouds, but Dry on Monday
Showers Monday Night and Tuesday
TONIGHT: Clear from G.R. to the north and partly cloudy south of Kent Co. Look for low temps. to range from the mid-upper teens from Newaygo Co. north – to the mid 20s near the Indiana border. Winds will be calm or nearly calm. We’ll have frost and a little patchy fog.
SUNDAY: Skies will be mostly sunny tomorrow with dry conditions across all of Lower Michigan. Highs will be in the low 40s Winds will be quite light for late November…out of the E-NE most of the day, but only around 5 mph.
LOOKING AHEAD Rain is likely in the area late Monday night (after 11 pm in most areas) into Tuesday. Tuesday will be breezy. We should see the rain showers on Tuesday with an occasional light mix possible by evening. No significant accumulation of snow is expected. Look for temperatures in the mid 40s Monday and Tuesday, though temps. may fall back into the upper 30s Tues. PM. Flurries and temperatures in the upper 30s for Wednesday (maybe a light dusting on the grassy areas for a brief time, but nothing significant. Then we’ll see partly sunny skies next Thursday through Saturday (Dec. 5) with a warming trend back to near 50 by the end of the week. We don’t see any really cold air (for this time of year) coming here next week and probably not the week after either.
Check out Bill’s Blog. On the blog, Bill has more on the rain coming for today and tomorrow (could be up to an inch, especially northwest of Kent Co.), a hurricane heading toward Mexico and the long-range outlook (December looks to be a little warmer than average – just like Sept., Oct., Nov. El Nino close to peak right now. Bill also has a guess on winter snowfall for G.R. Check it out on the blog.