(WEST MICHIGAN) — Areas of moderate snow have now moved into Northern Indiana and out of West Michigan. Areas of light isolated snow showers will be possible this afternoon and evening. Temperatures will be cooler with highs only warming into the upper 30’s through the afternoon and breezy north winds will make it feel even cooler. Temperatures will remain cool for Tuesday thanks in part to cloud cover, northerly winds and light snow showers. By Wednesday a ridge of high pressure will move in and the warming trend starts. Temperatures will steadily rise through midweek and into the weekend to around seasonably average, which is upper 40’s and low 50’s.
A slight chance for some light rain showers will be possible for the Easter weekend however snow will start a gradual melt and will likely be gone in many areas just in time for egg hunts.