Only a little snow expected over the next few days.
Snow showers. High near 24. East southeast wind 11 to 16 mph, with gusts as high as 24 mph. Chance of precipitation is 90%. New snow accumulation of around 2 inches.
Snow likely from Sunday night into Tuesday.
Lake-effect snow will result in some light accumulations over the weekend. A more widespread snow is expected beginning Sunday night and continuing through Tuesday.
Winter blows back into town.
Although today may feel closer to a boating day than a winter’s day, there's more cold and snow around the bend.
An advisory for dense fog is in effect this morning. Rain will change to snow late tonight and early Friday morning, with a brief period of freezing rain possible in between.
Rain and fog, with temperatures rising into the 40s, and past 50 on Thursday.
Although it will reach above freezing this week, colder-than-average temperatures are expected to return.
Get ready for a weather roller coaster.
The National Weather Service in Grand Rapids has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for much of the West Michigan, including Ottawa, Muskegon and Kent counties.
Becoming windy today.
Both private and public plow drivers have been keeping busy the past several weeks.
More snow, but not a lot, and becoming breezy and a little warmer.
Snowfall doubles average for this time of year.