Flood warnings are in effect in parts of West Michigan and mid-Michigan as rain-swollen waterways including the Grand River recede from recent highs.
The National Weather Service says a flood warning has been downgraded to an advisory for the Grand River in Kent County's Ada Township after waters went down. Flood warnings remain in effect for the river at Grand Rapids and several other parts of the county.
Warnings also are in effect for the Maple River in Clinton County and the St. Joseph River in Calhoun County.
On the other side of the state in Saginaw County, a flood warning is in effect for the Saginaw River. In the Midland area, WEYI-TV reports floodwaters from the Tittabawassee River receded rapidly this week, leaving behind damage to be cleaned up.
Your latest weather forecast is always on the Weather Page of ClickOnDetroit.com and on Local 4 News.
Weather links to use: