Fans of snow I'm sure will like to leave December 2018 behind.
Every day since Dec. 10, temperatures have been at or above average. As of Dec. 26, monthly temperatures are running 2.3 degrees above average.
Above average temperatures this year has equated to below average snowfall. There's a decent chance December 2018 will end up among the top five least snowy Decembers on record.
The 2.4 inches of snow that we've received through Dec. 27 is the average amount of snow Grand Rapids receives by Dec. 6.
Interestingly enough, it appears as soon as we flip the calendar to January and the new year, we will begin to see changes to the weather pattern. The high of 25 degrees expected Jan. 2 would be the coldest high temperature so far this season. This should ignite some lake-effect snow showers next week.
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