Quiet and Cold Saturday Night... Snow Returns Sunday... Meteorologist Randi Burns Times Out The Arrival Of Snow Sunday Morning on Newschannel 3 From 7-9 a.m.!
Saturday Night: Partly cloudy, then increasingly cloudy overnight. Locations along and south of I-94 will see lows in the upper teens/low 20s. Wind E 5-10 mph.
Sunday: Cloudy skies with light to moderate snow moving in by mid-day, and continuing throughout the afternoon and evening. Accumulations, if any, should be 1 to 2 inches, most likely south of I-94. Highs in the middle to upper 20s. Wind ENE 10 to 15 mph.
Sunday Night: Cloudy with light snow showers possible, but generally tapering off. The low will be in the upper teens. Wind will be light.
Monday: Mainly cloudy with light snow possible, particularly in the morning. Continued chilly with a high in the middle 20s. Wind N 5-10 mph.
Tuesday: Partly sunny with a slight chance for a few flurries. The high will be in the lower 30s. A chance for snow returns late. Wind variable in direction around 5 mph.
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Happy Saturday, West Michigan! The sunshine was just too little too late in Kalamazoo this afternoon. Cloud cover will continue to build back in after midnight tonight. Lows fall to the middle teens.
We'll be similarly cold tomorrow -- perhaps even a couple of degrees under today's marks -- with light snow likely throughout the afternoon and evening. An inch or two of accumulation is possible, especially along and south of I-94. This snow could be just enough to coat roads, so use a little extra caution Sunday afternoon and evening while driving. Aside from a few isolated light snow showers, the weather promises to be pretty quiet for the start of the work week. Another system arrives late Tuesday into Wednesday, this one packing a little more atmospheric moisture. As of now, snow looks to be the dominant precipitation type, with accumulations around 2-4" possible Wednesday. Stay tuned to see how this forecast evolves in the coming days. Temperatures will warm up a bit by the end of the week, and a first look at next weekend features the chance for rain showers and some 40s!
Meteorologist Randi Burns has the expectations for Sunday snow and a look ahead at another possible accumulating snow for the midweek! Join her Sunday morning on Newschannel 3!
Today's Record Temperatures