GRAND RAPIDS – We start another great day with clear calm conditions leading to a hot sunny day. Summer does not go away without a fight! Get out there and enjoy such a beautiful day with a warm southeast breeze and a little humidity.
On Monday we will see an increase in cloud cover before rain showers set in as we get additional moisture from the Gulf to our area. We will preserve the chances of showers and thunderstorms until Tuesday as a cold front crosses western Michigan, mainly in the first half of the day. Thunder is possible, but no severe thunderstorms are expected at this time. We will also have a few possible showers on Thursday, which will bring about 1 to 2 inches of precipitation expected for the week.
It will be a little wet and sticky until Tuesday before the cold front arrives and removes all the added moisture and heat. Behind this front comes the official first day of fall with cooler and more comfortable temperatures. Plus, before you know it, we’ll start to see these gorgeous fall colors all around western Michigan.
A bit of a temperature roller coaster because summer doesn’t give up without a fight leading up to our first day of fall. Next weekend we are dry and back in the 70s. Have fun!