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Showers Are Expected Tonight Then A Slow Warm Up Into Next Weekend

Clouds will increase during the day today with highs reaching to around 70 degrees. Rain showers are expected to move into the area by late this afternoon and continue into the early morning hours of Sunday. Then a slow warm up is expected through this coming week. Highs should be near 80 by Wednesday and may reach well into the 80s toward next weekend. The next chance of rain is Wednesday. Read More >

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1991-2020 Climate Normals

Published 2021-05-08

The new 1991-2020 U.S. Climate Normals have been released. Take a look!

Grand Rapids County Warning Area 1991 to 2020 Climate Normals

Published 2021-05-06

This contains the latest NCEI climate normals for our seven climate sites plus some background information

MaddenJulian

Published 2021-04-06

Southwest Michigan Summer ( June 2021 through August 2021) Forecast

Published 2021-03-23

The first look at our Southwest Michigan Summer Forecast. Warmer than normal temperatures have a higher probability than does cooler than normal temperatures. Precipitation is expected to be within the normal range.

2020-2021 Winter Summary

Published 2021-03-02

This winter featured many extremes, from warm and dry stretches to cold and snowy periods.

CoCoRaHS Recruitment

Published 2021-03-01

Learn more about CoCoRaHS here!

The Spring Forecast For Southwest Michigan

Published 2021-02-19

Here is the National Weather Service Spring forecast for 2021 for Southwest Michigan.

The Southwest Michigan Forecast For January

Published 2020-12-22

This is the CPC forecast for January.

Southwest Michigan Forecast from January through March

Published 2020-12-20

This is the CPC forecast for the months of January through March 2021 for Southwest Michigan.

The Impact of La Nina on Southwest Michigan Winters

Published 2020-12-02

La Nina winters tend to have the colder than normal and heavy snowfall events later in the winter.