10 AM Until 2 AM Saturday

The National Weather Service maintains a WIND ADVISORY for nearly all of West Michigan from 10 AM this morning until 2 AM Saturday morning.  45 mph gusts are likely inland while 50 mph gusts are possible at the Lake Shore.  This kind of wind is capable of bringing down tree branches and creating some power outages.  Obviously, we hope that doesn't happen.  Winds blow from the northwest this morning then from the north by midday and beyond.  Stay with for your weather today and always!

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Rose Parade gay wedding going on despite protest

LOS ANGELES (AP) - The men who plan to become the first gay couple married on a Rose Parade float say they're not concerned about a parade boycott.

Aubrey Loots and Danny Leclair, who have been together 12 years, say they hope the boycott organized by a woman who calls the nuptials a slap in the face to opponents of same-sex unions will spur more conversation about the issue.

The couple plans to exchange vows this New Year's Day on the AIDS Healthcare Foundation float. The Rev. Alfreda Lanoix of the Unity Fellowship Church of Christ is to perform the ceremony in front of the Rose Parade reviewing stand. The couple and the pastor will be perched on a giant wedding-cake-shaped platform.

Sharon Grube of San Diego has appeared on TV and the Internet while promoting her "Boycott The 2014 Rose Parade" effort.

Frank Schubert, political director of the National Organization for Marriage, says exposing children who are watching the parade to a gay wedding is "highly inappropriate."

Rose Parade officials say the float is in keeping with this year's theme, "Dreams Come True."