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Sunshine Today, Light Wintry Mix Tonight

Patches of freezing fog are possible this morning. If you encounter fog, watch for slick spots. Plenty of sunshine is expected today. This will help boost temperatures to the low 40s for most locations. A light mix of rain, snow, and freezing rain will move through the area late tonight. Impacts to travel will be brief, especially as temperatures warm above freezing Saturday morning. Read More >

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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.

December 2020 Forecast Update

Published 2020-11-30

Take a look at our latest Climate Blog entry for the December forecast update!

Southwest Michigan Winter Forecast 2020 / 2021

Published 2020-11-18

Winter Forecast for 2020 to 2021 looking at La Nina and the QBO to help understand some of the factors that will impact this winters weather in Southwest Michigan.

October 2020 Climate In Southwest Michigan

Published 2020-11-03

This shows how the climate anomalies were for the month of October 2020 over Southwest Lower Michigan.

Introducing the NWS Grand Rapids Climate Blog

Published 2020-10-29

The NWS Grand Rapids Climate Blog is a place to find information on long-range forecast information and other climate related items.

October 22nd, 2019: High Winds and Waves (Again)

Published 2019-10-25

On October 22nd, a fall storm brought high winds and large waves to the lakeshore for the second time in the span of a week. Areas from Grand Haven northward were hit the hardest with at least 10 feet of additional dune erosion. Check out our review here:

September 11th, 2019: High Winds Strike Greater Grand Rapids Area

Published 2019-09-12

Summary of the high winds that struck the Grand Rapids and Lake Odessa areas on Wednesday evening.