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Isolated Shower SE of Grand Rapids
Clearing Sky Tonight
9PM: 72
LOW: 59
WIND: Becoming calm

SUNRISE 6:50 a.m.
SUNSET 8:41 p.m.

: N-W 5-15 knots
WAVES: 0-1 Foot
WATER TEMPS: Ludington 68, Mears State Park 56, Duck Lake 60 Grand Haven 53, Holland 51, Saugatuck 57, S. Haven 59

TONIGHT Any evening shower will dissipate southeast of Grand Rapids this evening with a clear to mostly clear sky developing. The lows will bottom out in the upper 50s as the wind goes calm.

THURSDAY The streak of gorgeous summer days will continue with highs in the low 80s.

FRIDAY It’ll be partly to mostly sunny and dry on Friday with highs in the low-mid 80s.

WEEKEND WEATHER An upper level low will settle over the Great Lakes this weekend creating unsettled weather in terms of showers or isolated thunderstorms but they should hold off until Saturday evening. Rain chances increase Sunday.

LOOKING AHEAD A few showers/storms may linger Sunday through Tuesday, for the first day of school for many students across West Michigan.