GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (Mar 4, 2014) — Parts of West Michigan had some snow Monday night and Tuesday morning, and it looks like more is on the way to different parts of West Michigan Wednesday morning.
The image above from our in-house computer model, Future Track, shows the snow as of Wednesday morning. Most of the snow should be along and south of I-96. Accumulations will me minor, not much more than an inch or two. See the map below:
Most areas on Tuesday received an inch or two of snow. However, due to some lake enhancement, parts of Muskegon County received six inches of snow. The official total at the airport was 3.2 inches. This brought the snow depth there to 24 inches. This is a record for the month of March. The old record was 22 inches set in March 1963. Since snow depth is officially measured at 7:00 each morning, if the total depth is above 22 inches, then the new record will be official.
Further, the high temperature in Muskegon on Monday was just 15 degrees. This set a new record for the coldest high temperature on March 3. The old record was 18 degrees set in 1912.
In addition to the snow that is on the way, there are also some milder temperatures as well. For the latest, join us on FOX 17 News or visit the weather page at http://www.fox17online.com/weather