WEST MICHIGAN — The forecast from FOX 17 Meteorologist Erik Kostrzewa: Another uptick in lake-effect will come this evening into early Sunday morning, with the heaviest happening along and west of US-131. Those along and west of US-131 are expected to see another 2" to 4" from this through Sunday morning. If you live east of US-131, you will only have another inch or two of snow. Those north and east of GR will see an inch or less. The system snow and lake enhanced snow this evening will shift lake-effect into Sunday morning, then slowly fall apart to light snow showers and flurries by the evening. Sunday night into Monday, more light snow will fall but accumulations will be held in check. Another 1" to 2" is possible into Monday morning. The cold and snow will not let up any time soon. We have temps in the teens and lower 20s along with snow every day into next weekend.
TONIGHT: Cloudy with snow. 1" to 4" is possible by Sunday morning. Lows in the single digits. Wind chills will be between 0° and -10° by the morning.
SUNDAY: Cloudy with scattered light snow showers. Highs in the lower to mid-teens.
MONDAY: Cloudy with scattered light snow showers. Heavier snow develops late. Highs in the upper teens.
TUESDAY: Cloudy with scattered snow showers, heaviest in the morning. Highs around 20.
WEDNESDAY: Cloudy with a few snow showers. This will likely be the least snowiest day of the week. Highs in the upper teens.