GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — The first week of February has been cold and snowy. Temperatures are running more than 5 degrees below average and over 12 inches of snow in Grand Rapids. Friday’s snow has launched our season total to more than 60″. We usually average 74.9″ of snow in Grand Rapids. Here is a radar estimation of how much snow fell from the storm.
Most of Friday night will be quiet with the last of the snow officially clearing southeast Michigan around midnight.
Two more weaker systems will provide us with more snow across extreme southern Michigan Saturday and Sunday. An additional 1 inch to 6 inches of snow is possible by the end of the weekend. The first on Saturday will mainly roll across areas close to I-94.
Another round of snow is possible Sunday. Accumulations will be light, around 1-3″. Temperatures are going to be fairly cold over the next several days which should allow that healthy snow pack to stick around. Most of West Michigan is now seeing at least 6″ of snow depth with a few pockets of 12-16″.