TONIGHT
Chance of a very light shower or sprinkle
Cooler
Low: 60
Wind: W-NW 10-15 mph tonight and NW-N 10-20 mph tomorrow

SUNRISE 6:30 a.m.
SUNSET  9:08 p.m.

LAKE MICHIGAN:
RIP CURRENT RISK:  HIGH for MONDAY – stay far away from the piers/breakwaters at Grand Haven and Pentwater
WAVES  4-6 feet in the morning down to 3 feet towards evening
WIND NW 15-25 knots

What We’re Tracking:
Chance of a lingering light shower or sprinkle
Cooler for Monday and Tuesday

All watches and warnings have ended.  The last of the light showers and sprinkles will exit this evening with partial clearing. It will be noticeably less humid tomorrow. Low temperatures will be near 60 (mid-upper 50s north and west of G.R.)

Temperatures will be only in the low 70s Monday and low-mid 70s on Tuesday (and in the mid-upper 60s at Lake Michigan).  Monday PM will be dry.  There is a 50% chance of a shower on Tuesday, mainly during the afternoon.  Wednesday we’ll once again have a chance of an isolated shower in the afternoon.  Temperatures will remain a little below average with highs in the mid-upper 70s from Wednesday through Saturday.

We’ll have the updated Storm Team 8 forecast for you at 10 pm (WXSP) and 11 pm (WOOD).  And…it’s Sunday night, so if you’re still up – catch Sports Overtime after the 11 pm news on WOOD.

Check out Bill’s Blog for more on the long-range outlook (still no 90° days for West Michigan).