Is it spring or still winter?

Old Man Winter delivered one more dose of blustery, snowy weather today. WZZM-TV meteorologist Hally Vogel said this morning's snowfall was a part of a quick moving line of snow showers that should be coming to an end later today. Less than an inch of accumulation was expected. "It should turn over to a slush and melt-away when it gets in the 40s,' Vogel said. According to Vogel, while a majority of the Lakeshore area was seeing snowfall this morning, the heaviest totals were coming in Allegan and Berrien counties.
Alex Doty
Apr 19, 2011

With May two weeks away, Vogel said the likelihood of more snow events will be getting less likely.

According to the National Weather Service, this snowy morning is just the start of a rollercoaster week of weather.

On Tuesday and into early Wednesday, heavy rain and a risk for severe thunderstorms are in the forecast, which is expected will produce in excess of an inch of rain for much of the region.

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