Partly to Mostly Cloudy
Low: 11
WIND:  E 5 mph

SUNRISE 8:02 a.m.
SUNSET  5:48 p.m.

Cool and Dry for Tonight and Tomorrow
Next snow about 1-4″ Late Weds. Night and Thurs.

SYNOPSIS    We’ll stay mostly cloudy and dry tonight.  Main roads are dry and should stay that way through tomorrow.  Temperatures will dip to the low teens tonight (single figures north and northeast of Kent County) and winds will be light from the E-NE at only 5 mph. Highs tomorrow will reach the mid 20s with light northeast to north winds at 5-10 mph.

MID-WEEK   After a cool start to Wednesday, down to the single figures in most of the area, we’ll see a little morning sunshine, with clouds moving in during the afternoon.  Highs Wednesday should be back to the low 30s.  Wednesday will be dry.  Light snow will develop Wednesday night.  That may start with a mix of rain, snow, sleet or even a brief period of freezing rain.  Roads will likely be slippery late Wednesday night and Thursday.  High temperatures Weds. and Thurs. will be in the low-mid 30s.

LOOKING AHEAD  Colder weather to follow for Friday and Saturday with temperatures back to the low-mid 20s.  We may see a few flurries on Friday and a general light snow on Saturday could produce an inch or two.  Temperatures will be cooler than average from Monday thru Wednesday of next week with occasional snow showers, at least light accumulations and highs only in the upper teens to low 20s.

Check out Bill’s Blog.  Bill has more on the East Coast Blizzard and a look back at the big blizzards that hit West Michigan on Jan. 26, 1967 and Jan. 26, 1978.