FLOOD WARNINGS CONTINUE

Flood Warning & Areal Flood Warnings

The National Weather Service in Grand Rapids maintains a FLOOD WARNING for the Muskegon river at Croton Dam indefinitely.  While the river is falling, the latest measurement of 12.4' is still more than 3' above flood stage, which is 9.0'.  

AREAL FLOOD WARNINGS remain for Muskegon, Oceana, Newaygo, Mecosta, and Montcalm counties for county and backroads that are under water.  Driving will be dangerous in some cases.  These warnings expire tonight.   

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West Michigan Weather



Warmer Today ... A Little Rain Tonight & Friday Morning ... Mild Weekend!

      

Thursday:  Partly cloudy, milder, and breezy.  Highs near 60.  Winds SE-SW 15-25 mph.  

Thursday Night:  Cloudy with a few showers, mainly after midnight.  Not everyone sees rain.  Not as cold.  Lows in the middle 40s.  Winds W-NW 5-10 mph.  

Friday:  A few showers, mainly in the morning.  Turning partly sunny and a bit cooler.  Highs in the upper 50s.  Winds NW 10-20 mph.     

Saturday:  Mostly sunny, warmer, and breezy.  Highs in the lower 60s.  Winds NE-SE 15-25 mph.  

Sunday:  Partly sunny and warmer with thunderstorms, mainly in the afternoon.  Highs in the upper 60s.  Winds S 10-20 mph.  

 

Good morning!  It's almost Friday!  We're waking up cloudy, and we're tracking a little rain west of Muskegon.  Today's big story is warmer temperatures defined by 60 degree air this afternoon.  This is a major improvement over the wind-swept upper 40s of Wednesday.  While clouds are around for a good chunk of the day, no legitimate rain is in your forecast.  

That does change a bit tonight and Friday morning when a weak system provides a few showers after midnight.  This is a situation where not everyone sees rain.  But, it's worthy of staying in your forecast to the tune of 30%.  Friday afternoon features a return to sunshine and the upper 50s.  Your weekend is looking mostly good.  Saturday brings bright skies and lower 60s.  How about the upper 60s Sunday?!?  Not so bad.  Thunderstorms are in the mix Sunday afternoon and Sunday night.  Likewise, rain starts next week.  However, Tuesday and Wednesday look very nice and comfortable.  

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