Wintry Mix Developing Toward Evening
WINDS: becoming N 5-15 mph
SUNRISE 8:01 a.m.
SUNSET 7:44 p.m.
WHAT WE’RE TRACKING
Patchy Fog Possible
Wintry Mix to Snow Tonight
Sharply Colder Pattern Ahead
SYNOPSIS After a “mild Monday”, it will be a “transitional Tuesday” and a “wintry Wednesday” across West Michigan! Clouds will be on the increase today, with morning temperatures in the 30s climbing into the mid 40s. A light rain-snow mix is possible this afternoon and evening, with cold air changing that mix to all snow this evening. A WINTER STORM WATCH goes into effect starting at 11 p.m. through tomorrow afternoon, for areas south of Grand Rapids.
Snow is likely tonight into tomorrow. In fact, serious snow accumulations of 3-6″ are possible by midday Wednesday along and south of I-94, but lighter amounts of 1-3″ are likely for I-96 and points north.
Cold weather moves in behind that system, with temperatures could be close to zero by Thursday morning.
LOOKING AHEAD Another area of snow will develop by Friday and Saturday, followed by another round of very cold air for early next week!
**Check out Bill’s Blog for more on our current and long-range weather and the record March Great Lakes ice cover.
***Updated Season snowfall as of Friday evening: Grand Rapids 110.7”, Muskegon 129.6”, Kalamazoo 104.9”, Holland 148.8”.