(WEST MICHIGAN) — As temperatures drop this morning so are visibilities, especially along the lake shore. Visibilities have dropped to around a quarter of a mile in South Haven and around a half of a mile in Holland so far this morning. As temperatures continue to fall towards sunrise fog tends to get slightly thicker so we can expect visibilities to continue to fall in many areas. Fog will likely not stick around for long in the morning after the sun comes up as temperatures will warm quickly this morning and afternoon thanks to some early sunshine. Clouds will generally be on the increase this morning as our next system moves into the region. Rain showers should likely hold off during the afternoon but rain chances will increase through the evening and overnight. Rain will be light to moderate with around a quarter to a half of an inch total through Sunday. Many of the Easter Egg Hunts maybe slightly wet as rain showers will start to come towards an end in the early morning hours of Sunday. Temperatures will play a fool on spring by Monday as more winter-like temperatures settle in for the first half of the week.
Posted at 3:59 AM, Mar 30, 2013
and last updated 2013-03-30 03:59:13-04
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