Sunday ShowersApril 28th, 2013 at 8:09 am by Bill Steffen under Bill's Blog, Weather
There’s still a few light showers and sprinkles southeast of a line from Kalamazoo to Alma. They’ll move off to the SE and Monday will be partly cloudy and low 70s in the PM. With the clouds it’s been a little cooler today. The overnight models are on board with warm weather for much of this week here, with the cooler air staying mainly off to our west for the next 4 or 5 days. On the European model, the warmest day is Weds., with highs at least into the low 80s, but even Friday is low 70s, then it turns cooler next Sat. The European for Grand Rapids has 0.1″ of rain today (higher amounts south), 1/4″ Monday night into Tues., 1/3rd inch Thurs. night into Friday and 1/4″ on Sat.
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