After a quiet start on your Labor Day, thunderstorms will develop to our west and impact west Michigan by this afternoon and evening.
Labor Day will be partly cloudy to start, with warm and humid conditions by the afternoon with thunderstorms developing. There is a slight risk for severe weather with the main threats being large hail and damaging winds. Temperatures will be in the low to mid 80s with dewpoint in the low 70s. Winds will be breezy from the south at 10-20 mph.
Tonight will be mostly cloudy, warm and humid with a few lingering showers. Temperatures will be in the mid 60s. Winds will be southwest at 6-12 mph.
Tuesday, a few lingering showers may be ongoing in the morning to the southeast but skies will become mostly sunny with cooler and less humid conditions. Temperatures will be in the mid to upper 70s with dewpoints dropping into the 50s. Winds will be west at 8-16 mph inland and 6-12 mph along the lakeshore.
Wednesday will be mostly sunny and warm with temperatures in the low 80s. Winds will be south at 7-14 mph.
Thursday will be partly cloudy, warm and humid with temperatures in the mid 80s with dewpoints in the 60s.
Friday will be partly cloudy, warm and humid with thunderstorms likely, especially later in the day. Temperatures will be in the low 80s with dewpoints in the 60s.
Saturday and Sunday will be mostly sunny, cooler and less humid with temperatures in the low 70s Saturday and around 70° Sunday.
The 6-10 Day Outlook for Sat. Sep. 6 through Wed. Sep. 10 calls for below average temperatures and above average precipitation. Average highs are around 75-758°with average precipitation of 0.70".
The 8-14 Day Outlook for Mon. Sep. 8 through Sun. Sep. 14 calls for near average temperatures and above average precipitation. Average highs are around 74-76° with average precipitation of 0.98".
Have a great Labor Day!
Meteorologist Alana Nehring