Widespread Morning Rain
Drying Out Afternoon
Late Day Warm-Up
WINDS: E-SE 10-20 mph
WINDS: E 10-20
WAVES: 2-4 Feet
TODAY Widespread rain will grip the region for the morning commute. The rain will gradually come to an end (from south to north) during the late morning and afternoon. By early afternoon, areas around and south of Grand Rapids will be dry, though rain could linger to the north. The warm air gets to West Michigan late this afternoon, with temperatures from reaching the low 70s along I-94, mid-upper 60s along I-96 and upper 50s north of Big Rapids .
TONIGHT Dry and mild conditions will be the story overnight, with temperatures holding in the 60s by Daybreak Friday.
FRIDAY We’ll be warm early – in the mid 60s. A round of showers and possible a thunderstorm will move through with temperatures falling behind a strong cold front during the afternoon. Winds turn to the west at 10-20 mph.
WEEKEND WEATHER Cooler air moves for the weekend, but it should be dry on Saturday. We’ll have a chance of showers on Sunday.
Check out Bill’s Blog: Heavy snow has fallen in Iowa, Minnesota, NW Wisconsin and parts of Upper Michigan Also, the latest in the series of tropical systems has formed in the Atlantic basin. Here’s the link to the latest on Hurricane Epsilon.