Showers EndingOctober 17th, 2013 at 4:43 am by Bill Steffen under Bill's Blog, Weather
The last of the showers in N. Kalamazoo County should end by 2 AM. Most of us will be dry for the early morning. A light shower is possible mainly during the midday/afternoon. The most likely area for that would be north of a line from Holland to Lansing. Temperatures will reach the mid-upper 50s Fri. PM, the warmest temperatures we’ll see over the next 8 days. 2.29″ of rain 3 miles south of South Haven since 9 am. We’ve had 0.51″ here at WOOD in G.R. 0.78″ at Fennville, 0.82″ Plainfield Twp.
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