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Drying Out This Week

The low pressure system responsible for the recent stretch of wet weather will slowly move away from the area early this week. Lingering moisture will still provide a few showers, however, through Tuesday. High temperatures will remain cool Monday with highs in the mid to upper 70s. Warmer weather is expected Tuesday and Wednesday with highs warming into the 80s. Read More >

Showers will diminish tonight as low pressure moves away from Michigan. Temperatures will only fall to around 60.
Conditions will continue to dry out over the next few days as low pressure slowly pulls away from West Michigan. Showers through Tuesday will only be isolated in coverage. Dry weather is expected by Wednesday, with temperatures warming back into the 80s.
Portions of Central and Southwest Lower Michigan saw over an inch of rain between Friday and Sunday morning, with a few spots southwest of Allegan surpassing 3 inches. The scattered nature of the heavy downpours meant that some places got missed: Hesperia, Stanton, Charlotte, and areas north and east of Lansing received a quarter inch or less.