(WOOD) — After two big winter storms last week, West Michigan is bracing for yet another high impact system that will arrive overnight Monday into Tuesday.
The incoming system will bring freezing rain, wind and several inches of snow. Power outages are expected, especially near and around I-94.
The storm will be scooping up hefty amounts of moisture as it moves in from the southwest.
Snow will begin Monday night with travel impacts already in place by Tuesday morning. The transition to icing conditions near I-94 will likely begin mid-morning.
Due to the track of the storm, areas near I-94 could receive as much as a quarter of an inch of ice through the day on Tuesday
The largest snow amounts will fall north of I-96. We could see as much as a half a foot of snow near I-96.
Wind will pick up Tuesday evening. Widespread power outages are expected near I-
Snow will wrap in for everyone on Wednesday with an additional 1-4 inches of snow through the day. Watch for snow and blowing snow, which could make travel more dangerous and difficult.
We aren't done yet, either: another winter system will likely move into the area Thursday night into Friday.