(WEST MICHIGAN) — A spring snow storm is moving through the region this morning and will get fairly close to our areas. Heavy snow is already falling into portions of eastern Illinois and western Indiana. Dry air to the north will limit how far snow spreads north as the storm will start to move more easterly this afternoon. Areas along the Indiana border will likely see the largest impact, while areas along and south of I-94 could see some snow but accumulations will be light if any at all.
Clouds will be stubborn Sunday afternoon and that will keep temperatures slightly cooler in the upper 30’s. Once the storm moves off to the east northerly winds Monday and Tuesday will keep temperatures from warming much and also bring the chance for some light snow flurries. Temperatures start to warm by Wednesday and continue to warm through the end of the week. Temperatures by the end of the week will be around seasonably average for only the sixth time this month.