GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — With unseasonably hot weather continuing in West Michigan, some schools have announced half days for Tuesday.>>Inside Details on closings | Sign up for closing alerts

Schools that have early dismissal times Tuesday:

  • Caledonia Community Schools
  • Cedar Springs Public Schools
  • Climax-Scotts Schools
  • Comstock Public Schools
  • Comstock Park Public Schools
  • Coopersville Head Start
  • Freedom Acres School, Independent Living Center and Heartlands Institute of Technology in Ionia
  • Grandville Calvin Christian Schools
  • Grandville Public Schools
  • Gull Lake Community Schools
  • Hastings Area Schools
  • Ionia Public Schools
  • Ionia Head Start
  • Kenowa Hills Public Schools
  • Kent City Community Schools
  • Lowell Area Schools
  • Maplewood Center Head Start
  • Marshall Public Schools
  • Montcalm Head Start
  • NorthPointe Christian Elementary
  • Northview Public Schools
  • Rockford Christian Public Schools
  • Rockford Public Schools
  • Rose Park Head Start
  • St. Patrick School – Parnell in Ada
  • St. Peter and Paul School in Ionia
  • St. Rose of Lima School in Hastings
  • Saranac Community Schools
  • Thornapple Kellogg Schools
  • Tri County Area Schools

Including Monday’s record high of 91 degrees, the National Weather Service says Grand Rapids has set high temperatures records for five straight days. Storm Team 8 says we may reach another record Tuesday with a forecast high of 90. Things should start to cool off Wednesday and the high Friday is only 63.

A number of West Michigan schools closed or had half days on Friday and again Monday due to the heat. Several football games were pushed back and Union High School’s homecoming game was postponed. On Saturday, Thornapple Kellogg High School held its homecoming dance outside because the gym — which doesn’t have air conditioning — was too hot.—–Inside Team 8 ForecastGet the free Storm Team 8 app