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Tracking The Weather In West Michigan For The Rest of The Work Week

West Michigan Weather forecasters are tracking several chances for rain and storms beginning this morning as showers and thunderstorms move onshore across the northwest portion of our coverage area in Mason and Oceana counties.

These storms should clear our area by the noon hour at the latest and the rest of the day will feature mostly sunny skies and temperatures will soar into the upper 80's and may flirt with the 90 mark across the area as south winds advect warm, humid air and daytime heating prevails.

Later tonight additional showers and storms are forecast to develop and sweep through the region in the very early morning hours tomorrow.

No severe weather is expected today across the area although there is a low-end risk for isolated flash flooding across the far southwest portion of our coverage area in Berrien County.


Wednesday morning will also feature largely sunny, warm, and humid weather as well with the attendant risk for showers and thunderstorms in the morning to early afternoon hours across the western half of our area and in the afternoon to evening hours across the eastern half of our area.

Severe weather is not anticipated across the western half of the area tomorrow but an isolated strong to severe damaging wind gust may be possible across the eastern half of our areas as storms will have a better environment to work with given the later storm arrival timing.

Locally heavy rainfall and an isolated flash flooding threat will also exist tomorrow across the majority of the area.


Rain and humid weather will move out and be replaced with cooler and drier weather for the rest of the week featuring high temperatures a few degrees below average and mostly sunny skies.

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