Ahead of a cold front West Michigan will see thunderstorms with the potential of producing torrential downpours. A few isolated severe storms are possible Monday afternoon and evening but no widespread severe weather. The Storm Prediction Center keeps the risk for severe storm to our west and south for Tuesday and Wednesday.
Temperatures today warm into the low 80s inland and upper 70s at the lakeshore. It will feel a bit muggy with dewpoint temperatures in the 60s. Temperatures cool into the low and mid-70s behind the cold front for Tuesday and stay there for the rest of the week.
Check out these links for a few weather safety tips.
Thunderstorm and lightning safety rules
Flash flood/flood safety rules
See the slideshow at the left for more on the thunderstorms.
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