MICHIGAN — (FOX 17) — This season started with a lack of snow, but in the past few weeks, many cities in Michigan have put a big dent in the snowfall deficit.
In Grand Rapids, the seasonal total so far is 42.9 inches, which is 11.8 inches below normal. Interestingly, 77% of that total — or 33.2 inches– has fallen in the last 18 days since January 21.
In Muskegon, the total so far is 65.2 inches, just 4.2 inches below normal. At one point, Muskegon had a snowfall deficit of 40 inches for the season.
Here is a look at some other locations in Michigan:
- Lansing: 17.5 inches, 16.6 inches below normal
- Detroit: 31.5 inches, 4.9 inches above normal
- Alpena: 27.6 inches, 26.1 inches below normal
- Sault St. Marie: 99.4 inches, 11.4 inches above normal
- Marquette: 100.6 inches, 26.3 inches below normal
There isn’t much snow on the way for the next several days. For a look at the West Michigan forecast, join us on FOX 17 News or visit our weather page at http://www.fox17online.com/weather