GRAND RAPIDS — West Michigan will see falling temperatures throughout Sunday working from mostly the 50s to 40s by the afternoon. Rain showers will become more widespread in the afternoon pushing in from west to east eventually drying out and clearing the clouds out. Winds will stay breezy shifting from the south to west northwest.
The breezy winds will impact the lakeshore with waves starting as high as 8 feet before subsiding back down to 2 to 4 feet. Be cautious if you end up along the lakeshore.
Once the cold front passes through we will dry out and clear our skies out leading to mostly clear conditions for our overnight hours. Temperatures will fall into the lower 30s and frost will be a potential and maybe even a bit of freezing.
Rain chances remain with us for Monday in the afternoon and evening and then again on Wednesday mostly for the first half of the day. We can have a mid-week warm up for Thursday and Friday depending on which end of a warm front we land on. Expect temperatures in the 60s we will just have to wait and see how far into the 60s we can push our warmth. Cold air arrives back again next Saturday with dry conditions.