Multiple Weather Hazards the Next Few Days

* Dense fog is expected to redevelop late this morning and continue into this evening with visibilities less than 1/4 of a mile in some locations.

* Heavy rain and thunderstorms are in the forecast for tonight.  When combined with the snowmelt, frozen ground and ice in some rivers, an increased risk for flooding will exist. 

* The flood risk from the heavy rainfall  will extend into Friday as the crests make their way down area rivers.  HPC Precipitation Forecast through Thursday Morning

*Arctic air will rush back into Southwest Lower Michigan Wednesday afternoon and last into the weekend. Moderate to potentially heavy lake effect snow is possible Thursday into Friday.

*Additionally, some record highs are likely to be challenged this afternoon. Below is a list of today's records:

Location         Forecast High    Record High       Year

Grand Rapids              56̊ F                      59̊ F                    1914

 
Lansing                        58̊ F                      54̊ F            1932/1914
 

Muskegon                    53̊ F                      54̊ F                    1914

 

 



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