13 On Target Forecast - Melting snow, heavy rain could bring flooding
Today will begin with some light drizzle but heavier rain will arrive by afternoon. Highs will soar into the low 50s with south winds at 5-10 mph.
Tonight the rain will continue with overnight temperatures holding around 50° and winds shifting south-southwest at 5-10 mph.
Tuesday, more rain will continue to inundate West Michigan as the flooding threat increases. Highs will continue to climb into the upper 50s. A few rumbles of thunder may be present in the afternoon, too. Winds will be south-southwest at 6-12 mph.
Tuesday night the rain will gradually diminish with temperatures dropping to 40°.
Wednesday will begin with a light wintry mix followed by partly cloudy skies as temperatures fall from around 40° to the low 30s by the early evening. Winds will turn north at 5-10 mph.
Thursday will be partly cloudy and seasonable. Highs will be in the mid 30s.
Friday will be cloudy with a few scattered rain showers possible. Highs will warm to around 40°.
Saturday, another round of rain will arrive in the afternoon with highs warming to the mid 40s.
Sunday will stay cloudy with more rain expected and highs in the low 40s.
The 6-10 Day Outlook for Sat. Feb. 24 through Wed. Feb. 28 calls for above average temperatures and above average precipitation. Average highs are around 36-37° with average precipitation of 0.37” and average snowfall of 2.4”.
The 8-14 Day Outlook for Mon. Feb. 26 through Sun. Mar. 4 calls for above average temperatures and above average precipitation. Average highs are around 36-38° with average precipitation of 0.52” and average snowfall of 3.1”.