GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — West Michigan suffered through one of the worst winters in recent memory this year, so what will the summer hold?
Tuesday on 24 Hour News 8 Daybreak, Storm Team 8 Chief Meteorologist Bill Steffen unveiled his 2014 Summer Forecast.
Steffen believes temperatures in West Michigan will be slightly cooler than average from June through August, but don’t worry, that doesn’t mean it will be cold. It means that overall, we may be a degree or two cooler than average. So, if the average high temperature for Grand Rapids in mid-July is 83°, then we might average 81° or 82°.
Watch the video for more detail on what to expect this summer.