Saturday began with drenching downpours along the I-96 corridor and north, but the opportunity for more rain isn't over yet.

A strong system will send rounds of showers and storms through West Michigan. Abundant moisture in the air make soaking rains very likely with passing thunderstorms, but the day won't be a washout.

WZZM 13 Interactive Radar

Weather models still struggle with the fine details of the day. Now that the morning rains are through, look for scattered showers and storms into the early afternoon, then another round of storms later this evening.

The Storm Prediction Center has kept most of West Michigan in the 'slight' risk category for severe storms. Evening and overnight storms may be strong to severe. Uncertainty in the storms remains as certain atmospheric ingredients are lacking for strong storm support.

Timing of severe storms is Saturday evening to very early Sunday morning. Greatest threat from these storms is heavy rain.  (Photo: WZZM 13 News)

Showers and storms wind down into Sunday morning. Most of Sunday afternoon will be dry with breezy winds ushering in cooler, more comfortable air.

Check out morning rainfall amounts in West Michigan:

Allegan County

  • Allegan: 0.25"

Ionia County

  • Saranac: 0.68"

Kent County

  • Sparta: 3.25"
  • Belmont: 2.38"
  • Comstock Park: 2.30"
  • Cannonsburg: 2.18"
  • Cedar Springs: 2.05"
  • Rockford: 1.66"
  • Lowell: 1.47"
  • East Grand Rapids: 1.22"
  • Grandville: 0.69"
  • Ada: 0.63"
  • Grand Rapids: 0.29"

Mason County

  • Scottville: 0.33"
  • Ludington: 0.29"

Mecosta County

  • Lakeview: 0.68"

Montcalm County

  • McBride: 0.26"

Muskegon County

  • Lakewood Club: 0.40"
  • Whitehall Lighthouse: 0.26"

Newaygo County

  • Croton: 0.32"

Oceana County

  • Pentwater: 0.30"

Ottawa County

  • Allendale: 1.18"
  • Nunica: 0.79"
  • Hudsonville: 0.51"
  • Spring Lake: 0.38

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