West Michigan Weather Weather Maps 7day Forecast Today Forecast Tonight Forecast Current Wind Speeds Storm Tracker Wind Chills Current Visibilites Current Temperature Doppler Radar Clouds Slowly Break For Saturday Sun ... Beautiful Sunday ... Rain Monday Night ... Join Christina Anthony LIVE At 6 AM! Saturday: Clouds break for some afternoon sun, sunnier north of Kalamazoo. Seasonal. Highs near 40 degrees. Winds NE 10-15 mph. Saturday Night: Mostly clear and cold with frost developing. Lows in the lower to middle 20s. Light, north-northeasterly winds.Sunday: Frosty then mostly sunny, and not as cold in the afternoon. Highs in the middle 40s. Winds NE 10-15 mph.Monday: Turning mostly cloudy, and breezy. Showers arrive Monday night. Highs in the middle 40s. Winds E 15-25 mph. Tuesday: Rain, heavy at times. Rainfall: 1/4" to 1/2". Milder, and windy. Rain mixes with wet snow Tuesday evening. Highs near 50 degrees. Winds SE-SW 15-30 mph with higher gusts.Wednesday: Rain and snow showers. Accumulations are possible. Colder, and breezy. Highs near 40 degrees. Winds SW-NW 15-25 mph. Good morning! The swollen Muskegon river at Croton Dam triggers a FLOOD ADVISORY through Sunday afternoon; the river rises to 8' while flood stage is 9'. Clouds are rampant in the Great Lakes, and scouring out clouds this time of year is always tricky business. It seems sun arrives north of Kalamazoo before lunch, but seeing sun in Kalamazoo may not happen til lunchtime or early to middle afternoon. We'll be watching the visible satellite trends all Saturday long.Clouds, a new, colder airmass, and cool, northeasterly winds indicate highs may struggle to reach 40 degrees. A clear sky Saturday night sets in motion frost and middle 20s, traditional cool spots are likely to make a run at 20 degrees. Sunday sunshine is always welcome, middle 40s are the destination by the end of your long, Holiday weekend. Your back to work Monday, Cyber Monday, gets off on an easy note, West Michigan trends cloudy and a bit warmer as the day ages. Rain returns Monday night, by Tuesday evening a mix with or changeover to snow makes sense. We have enough ingredients, input from Lake Michigan for slushy accumulations Wednesday. We'll keep you posted on how much when we get a little closer to the event.Remember, even during the holidays, we love connecting with you on #Twitter (@weathermankeith, @jeffporterwx, @ChristinaWWMT), Instagram (weathermankeith, jeffporterwx, christina.wwmt), and Facebook.Take Live Doppler Radar and your forecast with you on the go by downloading the Severe Weather Center 3 weather app to your smart phone or tablet. Search "WWMT Weather" in your app store. Have a great weekend, and join Meteorologist Christina Anthony from 6 AM through 10 AM!