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GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — Dress to sweat! Humid weather awaits runners this morning at the biggest 25K race in the country.
It will be a muggy day for the 38th annual Fifth Third River Bank Run. Temperatures will start and end in the 60s. Occasional and mostly light showers will move through. An isolated rumble of thunder is possible but not likely.
While much of the rain will be just plain showers, a thunderstorm is possible. Though none of the storms are expected to be severe, lightning could be dangerous.
The Fifth Third River Bank Run has a set policy on what will happen if there are strong storms on race day: Adverse weather policy 2015 (pdf)
Stay up to date on the latest forecast here: Storm Team 8 Forecast
For race times, parking, and more information you need to know before race day, click here: Know before you go: Fifth Third River Bank Run
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