A quick break before our next snowfall

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After getting dumped on with over 8 inches of snow in some areas, an area of high pressure at the surface will slide over Michigan's lower peninsula into Monday morning. This will act to shut down the snow and possibly bring a few breaks of sun to parts of the area.

Here's how Future Track HD sees things Monday just after noon:

Snow will spread throughout West Michigan just after our evening commute, and that will remain more widespread through midnight.

Although snowfall totals don't look as heavy as what we had during our latest event, we're still expecting enough snow to impact travel Monday night into Tuesday morning.


This compares to a general 4 to 8 inches with our latest snowfall event, which occurred late Saturday into Sunday:

For now, the Winter Weather Advisory with our upcoming snowfall event includes most of the FOX 17 viewing area. Only our eastern and southernmost counties are not in the advisory as of this writing:

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