Light Snow Mainly South of Grand Rapids
WINDS: NE, increasing to 15-20 mph
SUNRISE: 8:04 a.m.
SUNSET: 5:45 p.m.
WHAT WE’RE TRACKING
Light Snow Sunday, Mainly South of I-94
Clearing Skies, Falling Temperatures Sunday
Colder Monday and Tuesday
THIS MORNING Staying cloudy with patchy areas of light snow building in. A dusting possible.
SUNDAY The Sunday snow system appears to be weaker and trending farther south. That will take the heaviest snowfall across Northern Illinois, Indiana and Ohio. We will likely see about a half an inch south of I-94, with only a dusting possible between I-94 and I-96. Skies will start to clear north of I-96 early in the afternoon.. Skies with clear some from north to south through the day with winds becoming blustery in the afternoon. Temps will fall through the day.
LOOKING AHEAD Colder air will follow for Monday and Tuesday with daytime temperatures in the low-mid 20s at best. We may see single-digit low temperatures Monday and Tuesday morning and with high pressure nearby, either one of those mornings could go clear and calm. If that happens we could easily get a little below zero. We’ll warm back up to near 30 on Wednesday and to the mid 30s Thursday. Thursday we’ll see a mix of precipitation, which could be rain changing to wet snow. Colder weather to follow for Friday and Saturday with temperatures back to the low-mid 20s.
Check out Bill’s Blog. Bill has the latest Great Lakes ice cover, lake levels and news, including word of two shipwrecks from the mid 1800s that have been found. There’s a link to some beautiful lighthouse pictures, too. ALSO – Bill has word of some very cold Arctic air that will likely be over Michigan around February 2-5.