WEST MICHIGAN — Our cold stretch will continue all weekend long with temperatures being more in line with what we expect to see in early November.
If we were a bit sunnier and had less rain than what we will see both Saturday and Sunday, temperatures would likely not be as cold. However, both will work together to keep temperatures down in the lower 50s, which is typical of the first few days of November.
The average high temperatures for today is 66° which we will eventually get back to by the middle of next week. Until then, it will still feel like late October and early November. The one good piece of news about the clouds hanging around is frost will not be an issue overnight. The clouds will act like a blanket keeping us in the 40s, meaning you won't have to cover the plants or bring them inside.
If you are trying to plan out your Saturday, bring the umbrella just in case! Showers will be scattered about the area, but it will not rain all day. If you were hoping to get out in some sunshine, you will have to wait until Sunday afternoon and evening for the brighter skies to return.