GRAND RAPIDS, MICH. — (FOX 17) — Recent and expected rains are expected to push the level of the Grand River in Grand Rapids to levels never seen before.
This image from the NWS shows the forecast of the river level in the days ahead. The river level will break the previous record late Thursday and crest at 22.4 feet late Sunday. The old record on the Grand River in Grand Rapids is 19.64 feet, set on March 1, 1985.
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