ANOTHER WARM UP UNDERWAY; RAIN AND STORMS ARRIVING SOON; END OF WEEK SNOW
Today: Partly sunny and warmer. The high will be in the upper 40s. Winds S 10 mph.
Tonight: Increasingly cloudy with showers possible by midnight. The low will be near 40 degrees with winds SE 10 mph.
Tomorrow: Wet and much warmer. A few embedded thunderstorms are possible with the rain showers. The high will be near 60 degrees. Winds S 10 to 15 mph.
Tomorrow Night: Rain continues and unseasonably mild with an overnight low in the middle 40s.
Wednesday: Rain and turning cooler with a high in the middle to upper 40s.
Thursday: Much cooler with snow showers likely. The high will be in the upper 30s.
Good morning, West Michigan! Another warm up is already underway, and it will send max temperatures to near 60 degrees by Tuesday. Like late last week, the warm air crescendos through mid-week, then temperatures crash as colder air arrives late Wednesday. The air will be cold enough to sustain some lake effect snow showers. But before then, today is looking pretty nice for this time of year: tranquil conditions with warmer than average temperatures. You'll need sun shades for the morning commute.
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