A disturbance in the southern plains will move across Michigan the next two days. This storm will bring extremely warm temperatures along with the potential for heavy rain and even a few thunderstorms.
Grand Rapids could see record tying or breaking readings. The record high temperature for both Friday and Saturday is 55° in Grand Rapids. The highs should come close to the mid-50s the next two days.
Heavy rain is a real possibility with a few locations receiving nearly an inch.
See the slideshow on the left for a few forecast weather maps for the storm.
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