A winter storm warning for heavy lake-effect snow squalls continues through 11 p.m. today.
Schools were in session Tuesday, but that didn’t stop local kids — and some adults — from enjoying the area’s first significant snowfall.
The winter storm warning for West Michigan’s lakeshore communities has been extended until late Wednesday night.
A winter storm warning remains in effect for Ottawa and surrounding counties through 7 a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 13.
A winter storm warning for heavy lake-effect snow is in effect for our area through 7 a.m. Wednesday.
Get the snowblowers and shovels ready!
Scattered snow showers continue.
Scattered snow showers and breezy all weekend.
The Tri-Cities area received its first real taste of winter on Thursday as the first accumulation of snow blanketed West Michigan.
Get out the shovels! A winter weather advisory for snow is in effect until late this afternoon, with even more snow possible this weekend.
Less windy, but a winter weather advisory for widespread snow takes effect this afternoon.
Winds have been whipping around the Grand Haven area since Monday, and the West Michigan lakeshore was under a wind advisory until Tuesday evening.
Total snow accumulations of 3-5 inches are expected, with locally higher amounts.
So much for the mild weather: Winter blows in today.