Fall Back Starts Tonight

Posted at 11:13 AM, Nov 02, 2013
and last updated 2013-11-02 11:13:55-04

110213almanacWEST MICHIGAN — The mornings have been dark and long across West Michigan but not for long. Daylight Savings Time ends officially at 2am, which means earlier sunrises but also earlier sunsets.

Temperatures today will remain fairly steady into the mid to upper 40’s with scattered light rain showers possible through early evening. By tonight, skies will clear and temperatures will fall overnight into the low 30’s. Areas of frost will be possible Sunday morning especially where there are clear skies. Sunshine Sunday morning will help warm temperatures back into the low 50’s as drier weather settles in for the beginning of next week.

Unsettled weather returns as we head into late next week and may bring the first chance for measurable snowfall to parts of Michigan. A potent low pressure center is forecast to move through the region Thursday and Friday bringing the potential for rain and snow to mix in. This is around seasonably average as our first one-inch snowfall usually occurs within the first or second week of November.