From our media partner at WOOD TV:
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich (WOOD) — Cold temperatures, windy conditions, and lake effect snow are still ahead for Sunday.
Many areas saw over 6” of snow yesterday, and the snow mixed with rain and freezing rain during the late morning and afternoon. Temperatures plummeted into the teens overnight, causing the slush and wet roadways to freeze. Roads will be snowy and icy this morning, and high winds will continue to contribute to blowing and drifting snow.
Lake effect snow will continue this morning, ending for areas farther inland (east of U.S 131) first. A narrow band of heavier snow is forecast to drop from the north to the south during the late morning into the earlier afternoon. This band will briefly limit visibility, and a quick accumulation is possible. The burst of snow should exit to the south by the mid afternoon, but could lead to some issues in the I-94 corridor early in the afternoon.
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