GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Showers and thunderstorms will remain likely off and on during the day Wednesday, with the most persistent activity near the Indiana border.
Wednesday morning, a line of slow-moving storms dumped heavy rain from northern Indiana back into southern Wisconsin. That line was only making slow progress eastward, and was expected to weaken somewhat as it moves mostly into areas along the I-94 corridor into the daytime.
Further north, some passing showers and storms are still possible at times, but locations around Grand Rapids to the north will not see quite the impact as areas near the Indiana border.
Heavy rain was already an issue with storms Tuesday, resulting in localized street flooding. Additional rain will exacerbate those problems if it hits the same areas Wednesday.
The main area of low pressure will slide far enough to the south to keep severe weather mostly out of West Michigan, and will start to take moisture away from the region by late Wednesday night.
You can find interactive radar and the rest of the 7 Day Forecast on the Weather page.