WEST MICHIGAN — The next several days will be pretty quiet with some clouds and colder temperatures, but one weak wave of low-pressure will move out of Canada later today and introduce the chance of some snow into the forecast.
Due to the weak nature of the low, significant snow will not happen. A dusting to a light coating of snow is possible though for some when you wake up Monday morning. The timing for the best chance of snow will be from midnight to 7 A.M. Monday.
The low will slide out of Canada Sunday evening and will pick up some extra moisture from Lake Michigan. It will bring this onshore in the form of snowfall overnight. The snow will be scattered and light, so outside of the coating of snow, it will not impact much else. The morning commute on Monday will be as smooth as possible.
The flurries will continue on and off Monday, but will not accumulate. Better weather will return with sunnier skies and temperatures reaching towards fifty degrees during the middle and end of the week!