Dry today; chance for showers Monday afternoon; showers and storms possible Monday night.
Showers and thunderstorms are expected this morning; some storms could bring hail and high winds. Sunday and Memorial Day should be mostly dry, although there may be some rain in far southern Lower Michigan on Sunday.
A chance for rain and scattered thunderstorms for a good part of the weekend.
Skies will clear again later today. Additional chances of rain will come Friday morning and Friday night/Saturday morning.
Another chance for light rain will come early Thursday with an even better chance for rain Friday. High pressure will build back into the region Saturday, leading to fair weather for the holiday weekend.
A warming trend begins today after a chilly morning. Scattered showers possible the next few days and nights.
Some the storms today could include hail and high winds.
Some strong storms are expected Sunday afternoon and evening. Some of these storms could have hail and high winds.
Showers and thunderstorms are possible all weekend. While Grand Rapids could see mid 70s for highs Saturday and Sunday, Grand Haven will struggle to see 70.
Temperatures today will start off in the 40s and 50s but will climb into the 70s during the afternoon. It will stay a little cooler near Lake Michigan with a southwest wind. Some thunderstorms late tonight could produce hail or strong winds.
A brief shower is possible today, with a better chance for rain and storms coming Thursday afternoon and evening.
After several cool and drab days, we finally have a sunny day in store with temperatures closer to normal. A west wind will result in colder temperatures at the Lake Michigan shoreline.
Chance for showers today and tonight, and a slow warming trend begins Tuesday.
Dry weather will prevail before we see our next chance for rain Sunday.
Frost will be possible early Saturday as temperatures drop near and below freezing, especially for areas near and north of I-96. Tender vegetation may need to be protected.