GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — After isolated severe storms rolled through West Michigan ahead of a cold front Monday, the air behind that front is turning cooler and drier around the area.
Less humid conditions will prevail for the next three days, with temperatures cooling off as well. Highs will be about ten degrees cooler Tuesday, with readings in the mid 70s.
Wednesday morning will start on a chilly note with lows in the 40s across much of West Michigan. However, temperatures will rebound through the middle part of the week, getting back into the low 80s for highs on Thursday.
Hot & humid air will return at the end of the week, with chances of showers & thunderstorms coming along with it. Check out the rest of the 7 Day Forecast on the Weather page.
Click this link for a list of severe weather reports from around West Michigan Monday.