West Michigan Weather Weather Maps 7 Day Forecast Today Forecast Tonight Forecast Current Wind Speeds Storm Tracker 24hr Temp Change Current Visibilites Current Temperature Doppler Radar Rain & Snow Turn To All Snow Tonight ... Messy Roads Wednesday Tuesday Afternoon: Cloudy and mild with light rain developing. Wet snowflakes mix in near I-96 toward sunset. Steady temperatures in the middle 40s. Winds SW-N 10-15 mph. Tuesday Night: Rain and snow transition to snow around midnight. Snow will be heavy at times toward the Wednesday morning commute, and roads will be slippery. Accumulations through Wednesday ... Kalamazoo to Charlotte and southward: 3" to 7" ... north of there: 1" to 4". Lows in the middle 20s. Winds N 15-30 mph. Wednesday: Snow, heavy at times in the morning, tapers to snow showers in the afternoon. Colder and windy. Early highs in the middle 20s with temperatures dropping to near 20 degrees by day's end. Winds N 15-30 mph and gusty. Thursday: Frigid start! Partly sunny with a couple of snow showers. Highs in the lower 20s. Winds NW-SW 10-20 mph. Good afternoon! Light rain is falling in Wisconsin and both light rain and snow are falling on the southern border of Minnesota. It's part of Missouri low pressure that blasts to Cincinnati and then to Philadelphia. The storm track is perfect for accumulating snowfall once colder air arrives tonight. This afternoon's middle 40s drop to the middle 20s tonight and the falling continues tomorrow to near 20 degrees by late Wednesday. It appears 1" per hour snowfall rates may coincide with the Wednesday morning commute. The latest model information reveals roughly 6" in Kalamazoo. So, the going forecast of 3" to 7" still makes sense. Thursday morning is frigid with lows around 0 to the lower single digits. Some snow showers fly, but to very little accumulation. Breaking 40 degrees is the big story Friday, and that means melting. St. Patrick's Day weekend continues to look very cold, Sunday is coldest with middle 20s. Even the day when everyone is Irish is cold. Breaking 40 degrees is also possible next Tuesday. Have a wonderful afternoon, and make some time to check out Chief Meteorologist Keith Thompson's forecast at 5 PM!