Much Colder Air Invading West Michigan

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WEST MICHIGAN — (FOX 17) —  After high temperatures in the 50s on Wednesday, it’s back to reality for the rest of the week as a blast of cold air moves in Thursday.

This is a look at temperatures Thursday evening at 6:00 from our in-house computer model, Future Track.  Wind chill readings will likely be in the upper teens. In other words, it will feel 30 to 35 degrees colder at this point Thursday when compared to today.

While there is a chance of some light snow, it appears a more significant snow event will begin Sunday and continue into next week. For the latest, join us on FOX 17 News or visit the weather page at 

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1 Comment

  • whereisthechanman?

    im not so sure i like the word "invaded" because your making it sound like the air doesnt belong. ohh well where does the air belong then?

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