Michigan – The long range outlook has cooler than average temperatures for the start of July in the Great Lakes. The upper level wind pattern for July 3 shows a ridge of high pressure in the west, and a closed upper low moving into the upper Midwest. This type of pattern usually means a good chance of below average temperatures for West Michigan.
The two temperature outlooks above show a good chance of below average temperatures from June 29th -July 7th for West Michigan.
The average highs during that period for Grand Rapids is 82-83 degrees with the average low of 61-62 degrees.
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