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13 On Your Side Forecast: Warmer Friday, Seasonable Weekend

Sunshine returns Friday; then after showers Friday night, a seasonable weekend.

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. —

Thursday Night

Late-night clearing and cool.  Low 48°.  W winds at 6-12 mph → S at 4-8 mph.

Friday

Partly cloudy, breezy and warmer.  High 72°.  S wind at 15-20 mph.

Friday Night

Becoming cloudy and cool with evening showers developing.  Low 50°.  S winds at 8-16 mph → W at 5-10 mph.

Saturday

Partly to mostly cloudy and cooler.  High 65°.  W winds at 8-16 mph.

Saturday Night

Clear and cool.  Low 48°.  W-SW winds at 4-8 mph.

Sunday

Sunny in the morning, then becoming mostly cloudy and milder.  High 70°.  W-SW winds at 7-14 mph.  Possible shower north Sunday night.

Monday

Partly to mostly cloudy and milder.  High 72°.

Tuesday

Sunny and seasonable.  High 70°.

Wednesday

Sunny and seasonable.  High 70°.

Thursday

Sunny and seasonable.  High 72°.

Friday

Mostly cloudy and seasonable.  High 70°.

Saturday

Partly cloudy and seasonable.  High 68°.

Sunday

Sunny and seasonable.  High 72°.

6-10 Day Outlook

Wed. Sep. 29 through Sun. Oct. 3 calls for above average temperatures and below average precipitation. Average highs are around 67-69° with average precipitation of 0.62".

8-14 Day Outlook

Fri. Oct. 1 through Thu. Oct. 7 calls for above average temperatures and below average precipitation.  Average highs are around 65-68° with an average precipitation of 0.90".

Make it a fabulous Friday!

Chief Meteorologist George Lessens

George is a graduate of Penn State University working for 13 On Your Side over 40 years. He is a twelve-time MAB® Weathercast Award Winner and two-time EMMY® Award Winner.

Contact me at: GeorgeLessens@13OnYourSide.com

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