That may be it for rain for a while.
Despite rain in the forecast, the National Weather Service says the current drought conditions will continue.
High pressure will provide mostly sunny and less humid weather through today. Fire danger remains high due to the lack of widespread rain over the past few weeks.
Sunny again today; rain and storms possible this weekend.
Sunny and cooler the next couple of days.
The warning is in effect from 2 a.m. Tuesday through late Tuesday night for the beaches from St. Joseph to Grand Haven.
There will be a trend towards cooler and wetter weather this week into next week that will begin to ease the current dry conditions.
Clearing and not quite so warm today; warmer and mostly sunny Sunday.
Will we break the drought? There is a chance for scattered showers and storms all weekend.
Action Day for elevated levels of ozone in effect for Ottawa, Muskegon, Kent, Allegan and Van Buren counties.
Operators at the Northwest Ottawa Water System treatment plant have taken note of the increased water demand during the recent dry spell.
Yes, no rain again.