Winter Storm Warning and Advisory issued ahead of Monday’s snowstorm

WEST MICHIGAN -- Ahead of West Michigan's potentially highest snowfall from a winter storm this season, The National Weather Service out of Grand Rapids has issued a Winter Storm Warning and Advisory. Snow will begin Sunday night and will last through the majority of the day on Monday.

A Winter Storm Warning means we will likely have significant snow accumulations that may impact travel and everyday life. The last time our area saw a Winter Storm Watch issued was back in late November when some parts of the area saw 7-11" of snowfall.

This storm will likely feature snowfall of that amount for a large portion of West Michigan, with some spots potentially picking up closer to a foot. As of right now, the highest potential for snowfall totals exceeding 6 inches will be along and north of I-96. Amounts below can still shift and change before the snow starts!

Stay with FOX 17 for continued updates on air, online and on all our social media platforms. Bundle up and plan ahead!

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