WHAT…Snow continues to fall from Holland to Grand Rapids just north of Lansing. This area of snow should weaken after midnight. This first area of snow will bring 1 to 2 inches of snow by the time it weakens during the early morning hours of Wednesday. The more significant snowfall is the second area of snow that moves into the advisory area around sunrise. The second period of snowfall moves into the I-94 and I-69 corridor by sunrise. That period of snowfall is expected to bring the 3 to 6 inches of snow with gusty winds and falling temperatures. Snowfall on Wednesday is expected to be heavy at times with gusty winds resulting in some blowing and drifting snow.
WHERE…Portions of south central and southwest Michigan.
WHEN…From 7 PM this evening to 7 PM EST Wednesday.
IMPACTS…Plan on snow covered roads with low visibility during the daytime hours of Wednesday. Anticipate slowing travel on area roads. The conditions will be hazardous through the daytime hours of Wednesday, however conditions will be significantly more impacted during the afternoon and evening.
ADDITIONAL DETAILS…The storm will intensify Wednesday resulting in increasing winds. This will lead to periods of near zero visibility due the combination of falling and blowing snow. If at all possible try to avoid travel in the advisory area, especially Wednesday afternoon. PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS… Slow down and use caution while traveling.