Few Scattered Light Showers and Sprinkles
Chance Flurries or a Little Sleet
Becoming Partly Cloudy Toward Daybreak
WIND: SW-W 10-20 mph
SUNRISE 7:29 a.m.
SUNSET 8:05 p.m.
WHAT WE’RE TRACKING
Partly Sunny Tomorrow
Few Showers Monday Night
Partly Sunny Tuesday Midday and Afternoon
TODAY We’ll be dry with a fair amount of sunshine through noon. A mix of snow and rain will develop during afternoon and continue into the evening. Most areas will see rain south of I-96. Around I-96 to the north a mix of rain and snow is likely. North of Kent County we could see mostly snow, it’s possible that there could be an 1″ accumulation (mainly on the grassy areas). Temperatures will peak in the low to mid 40s. It will become windy this afternoon with a sustained wind S-SW 15-30 mph with higher to 40mph.
NEXT WEEK After the weekend, a warmer pattern develops. It’ll be partly sunny and warmer for Monday and Tuesday with temperatures near 50. Temperatures will be cooler near Lake Michigan. We could see another rain and snow mixture develop Monday night into early Tuesday. At this point it appears 1-3″ of snow could fall between I-96 to the north. We could see a few showers (or even a thundershower) Thursday. Temperatures could reach the low-mid 60s Wednesday and Thursday. Friday will be a little cooler with a chance of showers.
Check out Bill’s Blog. You’ll find the Great Lakes water levels and the percent of ice cover on each of the lakes. There’s also Great Lakes news and more on the long-range forecast.