Chance of Flurries Near Lake Michigan
WIND: Becoming Northwest 5 mph
SUNRISE 8:10 a.m.
SUNSET 5:35 p.m.
TONIGHT It will be mostly cloudy with a chance of a little light snow or flurries, mainly along the lakeshore. Temperatures will be in the mid to upper teens. Winds will turn to the northwest at 5 mph.
MONDAY Mostly cloudy, a little breezy and cool with a chance of snow showers or flurries. While most areas will get a dusting, an inch or two is possible in a few lakeshore areas (mainly south of South Haven in Western Van Buren, Cass and Berrien Counties). Temperatures will reach the upper 20s and winds will be northwest at 10-20 mph.
LOOKING AHEAD We should reach the low 30s Tuesday and Wednesday. Most of Tuesday should be dry. A breezy cold front will send temperatures downward again on Wednesday and highs will only be in the upper teens Thursday and Friday. We could see more snow showers on Thursday, but not much accumulation. We’ll have a chance of snow showers again next weekend, but I don’t see any big storms coming our way next week.
Check out Bill’s Blog: has links to some incredible video of the major volcanic eruption in the island nation of Tonga in the western Pacific and the associated tsunami, which brought flooding to some harbors in California, thousands of miles to the east.