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!
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