West Michigan Weather

Clearing, Cold Night; Sun Tomorrow


Tonight: Becoming clear. Cold. The low will be in the lower 30s. Winds N at 5 mph.  

Tomorrow: Sunny and continued unseasonably chilly. The high will be in the lower 50s. Winds NNE at 5 mph.  

Tomorrow Night: Clear and cold. Frost and near-freezing temperatures. The low will be in the lower 30s. Winds will be light.

Thursday: Sunny and a little warmer. The high will be in the middle 50s. 

Thursday Night: Becoming mostly cloudy with showers possible. Not as cold. The low will be in the lower 40s.

Friday:  Mostly cloudy with a light, morning shower.  Clouds break for some afternoon sun.  Highs in the upper 50s.

Good evening, West Michigan! After a week of predominantly cloudy skies (only one day in the last seven has had more than 20% available sunshine), we have a run of sunny days on the way. Skies are clearing rapidly tonight, thanks to a northerly breeze bringing in cool, dry air.

We'll see plenty of sunshine tomorrow and Thursday, but temperatures will remain a little cool for this time of year, despite the sunshine. At night, clear skies and a light breeze will combine with the ample supply of cold air to produce extra-chilly temperatures. Daybreak readings tomorrow and Thursday mornings will be near freezing with a heavy frost likely.

Other than a brief chance for a few showers Thursday night through Friday morning, with the passing of a weak cold front, we have smooth, sunny sailing through early next week. Additionally, warmer air heads our way from the southwest, taking temperatures into the comfy middle-to-upper 60s through the weekend. We may make a run at 70 degrees by Monday. Stay tuned!

Chief Meteorologist Keith Thompson has LIVE updates on the weather for West Michigan tonight at 10 on the CW 7, then again at 11 on Newschannel 3. We're also updating the weather via social media on Facebook, Twitter (@weathermankeith, @JPorterWWMT, @CKahlbaum), and Instagram (weathermankeith, jporterwwmt). Have a great Tuesday night!