West Michigan will have mainly dry conditions for the first half of Memorial Day with some sunshine. Damaging winds will be the most likely of threats but the chance for large hail and isolated tornadoes also exists.
Chief Meteorologist Ross Janssen says that a severe weather chance will return to Kansas Tuesday afternoon.
An active pattern is getting set up tonight with a chance for strong storms overnight.
Record high temperatures will remain possible through Wednesday. High temperatures Monday climb into the low to mid 70s inland, mid to upper 60s at the coast.
Highs will be a touch cooler in the mid-80s on Monday. Wind: S 15-25; gusty. Temps today were deep into the 80s with a mix of sun and clouds and scattered storms. Make sure your evening cookout plans have an indoor option and you stay weather aware through the day.
Plenty of sunshine and warm temperatures is continuing to work against us as it destabilizes the atmosphere.
Wednesday will be partly to mostly cloudy with a couple of rounds of showers and storms possible, especially in the morning, and then again very late in the day.