GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (Feb 10, 2014) — Lake-effect snow continues to diminish Monday night in West Michigan, and it looks to be relatively quiet tonight and Tuesday as well. Lows will drop to near zero tonight, with highs in the teens Tuesday.
This image from our in-house computer model, Future Track, shows a relatively quiet day on Tuesday.
Meanwhile, parts of the Deep South are bracing for another round of wintry weather in a year that has been harsh even by southern standards. The map below shows the watches and warnings. The areas in pink are winter storm warnings, while the rest of the region is under winter storm watches and winter weather advisories. Schools in Atlanta have already closed Tuesday and Wednesday in anticipation of the storm.
The break from the snow is most welcome for many people here. As of Monday, the snowfall total in Grand Rapids is 92.2 inches, while Muskegon is at 110.5 inches.
More snow is on the way later this week.
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