MICHIGAN — The National Weather Service says both Holland and Grand Rapids broke previous rainfall records for December today.
Record rainfall records were set at Grand Rapids and Holland today. 1.56 inches of rain fell at Grand Rapids, beating the old record of 1.36 inches set in 1965. 1.47 inches of rain fell at Holland, beating the old record of 1.30 inches set in 1946. #wmiwx https://t.co/Qt8qsVtkjW— NWS Grand Rapids (@NWSGrandRapids) December 12, 2020
Grand Rapids' record was set in 1965, while the record in Holland has stood since 1946.
Rain and snow from Saturday's system is expected to taper off as the night progresses, creating slick driving conditions as temps drop. Sunday should see a dusting of snow, while Monday's commute is expected to include some flurries.
Expect delays and watch out for black ice as drivers hit the roads.