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THIS IS THE AREA WEATHER OUTLOOK... ISSUED BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE IN GRAND RAPIDS MICHIGAN.

MAINLY DRY AND MILD WEATHER CAN BE EXPECTED INTO EARLY NEXT WEEK AS
HIGH PRESSURE WILL GENERALLY CONTROL THE WEATHER FOR THE AREA. A
WEAKENING FRONTAL SYSTEM WILL MOVE THROUGH THURSDAY NIGHT AND
FRIDAY. THIS WILL BRING MAINLY CLOUDS WITH IT OTHER THAN A CHANCE OF
A RAIN SHOWER THURSDAY NIGHT. ANOTHER WEAK FRONT WILL MOVE THROUGH
FRIDAY NIGHT AND SATURDAY...BUT SHOULD REMAIN DRY. HIGHS NEAR 60 ON
SATURDAY WILL COOL OFF TO THE 50S FOR SUNDAY BEFORE WARMING AGAIN.

TEMPERATURES WILL MAKE A RUN AT 70 DEGREES ACROSS THE AREA DURING
THE DAY ON MONDAY. A BETTER CHANCE OF RAIN WILL MOVE TOWARD THE AREA
NEXT WEEK ON TUESDAY AND BEYOND.





























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