A strong system is edging toward the Great Lakes, keeping West Michigan in the warm air zone for one more day and bringing with it rounds of storms.

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The first round of storms will pass through West Michigan in the morning hours of Monday, April 10. These storms have the possibility of being strong to severe at times.

Frequent lightning, heavy rain and even hail are likely.

The first round of showers and storms will pass to the north of a Holland to Ionia line. These showers will wrap up mid-morning.

The second round of storms come this evening along the cold frontal passage.

These storms have a better chance to be strong to severe after a few hours of daytime heating. The storms will sweep through West Michigan between 4 and 9 p.m.

Another round of showers and storms arrives shortly before the evening commute. These storms will end around 9 p.m.

Threats from the evening storms include damaging winds, hail and heavy rain. The risk for tornado is low but cannot be ruled out.

The biggest threats from passing storms are damaging winds and hail. West Michigan is in a "slight" risk for severe weather from the Storm Prediciton Center.

The Storm Prediction Center has West Michigan in the 'slight' risk for severe weather. This means some of the storms passing through may be severe, but not all.

Colder air flows in starting tonight. Tuesday will dry out with temperature highs in the low 50s.

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