WEST MICHIGAN — National Weather Service Wind Advisory is in effect for our entire viewing area until 8 o'clock this evening. The wind gusts could work upwards of 45 mph this afternoon and then slowly calm late this evening. West Michigan weather remains active as we transition from rain and ice to snow showers with minor accumulations. Slick roads and scattered power outages are possible. Follow the Consumers Energy Outage Map for any scattered outages that have already or may occur through the day.
The rest of Sunday afternoon and evening will have a mostly to partly cloudy skies for anyone mainly along and south and I-96 and some minor snow shower chances along and north of I-96.
We will work into a calm pattern with a mix of sun and cloud for Monday and Tuesday before another windy and rainy system moves in for Wednesday and Thursday. Our temperatures will also sky rocket above average reaching the 50s and 60s as we settle into warmer air for a few days.
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