WEST MICHIGAN (June 7, 2014) — After a couple of days filled with sunshine, rain showers will likely move in overnight from the southwest to the northeast. A rumble of thunder is also possible, but most of the wet weather should be lifting out of West Michigan by mid afternoon.
We’ll have a couple dry days on tap for Monday and Tuesday, but Tuesday night and Wednesday another round of showers (and perhaps a few thunderstorms) will arrive with our next weather system. Don’t look for anything hot or humid the next several days. We have a fairly dry air mass in place and any oppressive heat will stay out of the forecast over the next seven days.
The attached photo was snapped by Jeremy Church in Muskegon at the lakeshore as he captured a wave/splash in a microsecond frozen in time. You can always post photos to our FOX 17 Facebook page, or send them to email@example.com.
Normal high temperatures this time of year have us at around 76 degrees. Normal/average low temperatures have us at 55 degrees. All in all a fairly average week! Get the complete West Michigan forecast at www.fox17online.com/weather.