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Clouds diminishing, beautiful weekend coming up.

Skies will slowly clear overnight, as temperatures fall into the 20s. The weekend is looking like lots of sunshine with daytime temperatures in the mid 40s and a breeze blowing from the west. Read More >

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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.

Clouds diminishing, beautiful weekend coming up.

Published 2020-08-15

Skies will slowly clear overnight, as temperatures fall into the 20s. The weekend is looking like lots of sunshine with daytime temperatures in the mid 40s and a breeze blowing from the west.

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.

July 20th, 2019 Severe Weather, Flooding, and Record Rainfall

Published 2019-07-21

During the early morning hours of July 20th, 2019, a line of severe storms raced through Lower Michigan downing trees and power lines, leading to around 150,000 customer power outages by sunrise. More more information about these storms, click the link:

June 1st, 2019 Severe Weather

Published 2019-06-02

January 28 - 31, 2019: Days of Snow, Low Visibility, and Extreme Cold

Published 2019-01-31

River Flood Information

Published 2017-06-23

3 to 6 inches of rain fell in much of Central Michigan early Friday morning, with the highest totals falling from Lakeview to Mount Pleasant to Midland. A number of roads have been destroyed & major river flooding has occurred in Mt Pleasant and Midland.