Grand Rapids, MI – Mostly Cloudy Weather with Low Swim Risk Expected in West Michigan

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Grand Rapids, MI – The National Weather Service (NWS) in Grand Rapids, Michigan, has forecasted mostly cloudy skies for today, with scattered showers and a low swim risk for beachgoers in West Michigan. Water temperatures are expected to remain cool throughout the weekend.

According to the NWS, today’s air temperatures will range between 65-71°F, with waves expected to be 1-3 feet high, resulting in a low swim risk. Beachgoers are advised to remain cautious despite the low risk, wearing life jackets and being aware of water safety guidelines.

The forecast for Sunday indicates slightly warmer air temperatures between 66-71°F. Waves are anticipated to be between 2-4 feet, increasing the swim risk to a moderate level. The NWS advises that swimming is discouraged under these conditions.

Beachgoers can stay updated on the latest beach hazards by visiting Weather.gov/GreatLakes/BeachHazards. The NWS emphasizes the importance of following safety measures and being prepared for changing weather conditions to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience at West Michigan beaches this weekend.

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