West Michigan Weather



Snow Returns Today ... Freezing Drizzle Tonight & Saturday Morning

   

Friday:  Light to moderate snow showers.  Accumulations through the evening: 1-3 inches with isolated pockets closer to 4 inches north of I-96.  Highs in the upper 20s.  Winds S 5-15 mph.  

Friday Night:  Light snow changing to a light sleet/freezing drizzle mix.  Roads will become slippery.  Slowly rising temps  to near 30 degrees.  Winds S 10-15 mph.  

Saturday:  AM Freezing drizzle will cause some roads to become icy .  Warming temps near 40 degrees in the afternoon with a few scattered light rain showers.  Winds S 10-20 mph.  

Sunday:  Areas of drizzle or light rain, warmer, and foggy.  .  Highs in the middle to upper 40s.  Winds SW-NW 10-20 mph.

Monday:  Quite cold and breezy under partly sunny skies.  Highs in the mid to upper 20s.  Winds NNW 15-25 mph.  

 

Hello, West Michigan!  Get ready for another round of accumulating snow. However, this time it will not be lake effect, but a passing system bringing in scattered snow showers to the area.  By this evening, 1-3 inches of new snow are possible, with isolated amounts closing in on 4 inches for those north of I-96.  From there our focus turns to Friday night as the snow showers change to freezing drizzle or sleet as temperatures rise to near 30 degrees overnight and into early Saturday.  Freezing drizzle on top of snow will lead to poor road conditions, so prepared and allow extra commute time Saturday morning.  

By Saturday afternoon, highs will climb into the lower 40s making sure our precip stays as either a light rain showers or drizzle.  We do not cool off much Saturday night, and Sunday is looking even warmer.  Highs reach the mid to upper 40s before a cold front pushes through West Michigan.  Arctic air behind it changes out rain showers into ligh snow.  Good news is, we are not anticipating very much accumulation from this round of snow.   

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