According to the National Weather Service, it’s 50/50 as to whether or not the area will experience thunderstorms tonight.
The next chance of rain comes Monday night.
Conditions will be mostly clear and calm through Saturday.
Conditions will be mostly clear and calm through Friday. A frontal boundary slipping through the area Saturday may kick off an isolated shower or thunderstorm, but most areas will remain dry.
Mostly sunny skies and temperatures fairly close to normal are expected for the rest of the week.
Cooler, drier air settles in for the rest of the week.
Dangerous swim conditions are expected north of South Haven Monday as strong currents and large waves develop. Expect showers and thunderstorms Monday, mostly near and east of US-131. Quiet weather is expected from Tuesday through Saturday.
Beaches with particularly dangerous conditions will include Grand Haven State Park, Pere Marquette Park in Muskegon and Ludington State Park.
Chance for scattered showers and possible storms through Monday.
Dangerous swim conditions, minor beach erosion and lakeshore flooding are expected today and tonight. Scattered storms are also possible today through early Sunday.
Humidity will increase this weekend with chances for showers and storms, especially late tonight and Saturday. A few showers may linger into Sunday.
Sunny and a little warmer today, with no rain in sight until at least late Friday night.
More sunshine and pleasant temperatures today.
Pleasant, sunny, summer weather for the next several days.
Strong winds from the north will result in dangerous swim conditions today into tonight.