Will we break the drought? If not later today, then showers and storms late Wednesday are likely.
Sunshine and highs in the lower 80s again.
More sunshine and warmer this weekend.
Still dry and warming up for the weekend. No rain in sight until at least the middle of next week.
No rain in sight, but at least we don’t have a hurricane to deal with around here.
More sunshine and temps in the mid 70s the next few days.
Dry weather and a slow warming trend are expected through the remainder of the week. High temperatures will warm to near 80 by Thursday.
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Winds pick up today, and we may see some showers.
Temperatures and humidity will be much more comfortable through the weekend, with high temperatures generally near 70. Showers may arrive for the latter half of the weekend.
A mix of sun and clouds and continued cooler temps.
Partly sunny and cooler the next couple of days.
A warning for dangerous currents and swimming conditions in Lake Michigan off beaches from Holland to Manistee, including Grand Haven State Park, is in effect until 8 tonight.
Beaches with particularly dangerous conditions include Grand Haven State Park and Pere Marquette Park in Muskegon, the weather bureau said.
Scattered showers and storms through tonight, then mostly sunny and warm Tuesday.