GRAND RAPIDS — West Michigan had lake effect snow around for the first half of Sunday with bitter cold temperatures continuing. Light accumulations expected from the lake effect snow around an inch or less.
More snow is due to develop overnight Monday into Tuesday with the focus on our southeast communities. We will have two main pushes of snow one from overnight to midday and the other from your dinner hour into early Tuesday morning.
Depending on how far north and west this system pushing into West Michigan will determine how much snow we see. The more north and west you live the less snow you will see. We expect our southeast communities to see about 1-3 inches of snowfall through much of the day on Monday. Then Monday late evening into early Tuesday morning we could see an additional 1-2 possibly even 3 inches of snowfall depending on how much the second push of snowfall can move north and west.
We will hold on to our freezing cold temperatures through this week only rebounding into the middle and upper 20s by week's end. We take a break from the snow Tuesday and Wednesday before our next round of snow arrives on Thursday and can stay with us heading into next weekend. Bundle up and drive safe!