Sunny and warm weather has many of us heading to Lake Michigan. Click here to read about water levels on Lake Michigan
The pattern remains unseasonably dry. Read about the dry air on Bill’s Blog
Heading to the beach this weekend or out on the water? Check out conditions in the season’s first Beach and Boating report.
Curious about weather projections for the upcoming Summer season? Click here for Storm Team 8’s Severe Weather and Summer Weather Outlook.
WINDS: ESE 5-10 mph
SUNRISE 6:08 a.m.
SUNSET 9:12 p.m.
TONIGHT Clear and quiet, with light winds out of the east-southeast and lows in the upper 50s.
TUESDAY An Air Quality Alert is in effect for the lakeshore + Kent county Tuesday. Mostly sunny skies prevail once again, with high temperatures in the upper 80s to near 90 degrees for many. A lake breeze will form in the afternoon, with a very small chance of a pop-up shower.
WEDNESDAY A chance for a pop up shower remains near / west of US-131 as highs approach 90 degrees. Winds will be mild from the southeast keeping lakeshore conditions calm.
THURSDAY – FRIDAY Highs near 90 degrees are expected each day, along with sunny mornings giving way to pop-up clouds in the afternoon as the lake breeze develops. An isolated shower associated with the breeze can’t be ruled out each day, but nearly everyone will remain dry through the week. Dew points will remain on the low end, keeping feels-like temperatures in check.
LOOKING AHEAD Some reprieve is possible by next weekend, but highs in the 80s still appear likely. We continue to await widespread, soaking rainfall, but significant rain chances are not likely anytime soon. The latest drought map will come out Thursday morning.