Reese Rickards

 
Reese Rickards

Over the river and through the woods, the National Weather Service has a midday update!



NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND RAPIDS MI 1118 AM EST WED NOV 27 2013 LATEST UPDATE... .SYNOPSIS... ISSUED AT 326 AM EST WED NOV 27 2013 LAKE EFFECT SNOW SHOWERS WILL CONTINUE TODAY MAINLY WEST OF U.S. 131. ADDITIONAL ACCUMULATIONS OF ONE TO FOUR INCHES CAN BE EXPECTED BEFORE THE PRECIPITATION DWINDLES THIS EVENING. MEANWHILE AREAS EAST OF U.S. 131 WILL SEE LITTLE TO NO ACCUMULATION. AFTER A QUIET PERIOD TONIGHT...ANOTHER CLIPPER SYSTEM WILL BRING ANOTHER ROUND OF SNOW TO ALL OF SOUTHWEST MICHIGAN STARTING TOWARD DAYBREAK THANKSGIVING DAY. THE SNOW WILL BE ENHANCED BY LAKE MICHIGAN AND PORTIONS OF WEST CENTRAL LOWER MICHIGAN SHOULD SEE THREE TO FIVE INCHES OF SNOW. MEANWHILE AREAS SOUTH AND EAST OF GRAND RAPIDS SHOULD GENERALLY SEE AN INCH OR TWO. THE ACTIVE WEATHER LOOKS TO FINALLY CALM DOWN BY FRIDAY AND INTO EARLY NEXT WEEK. TEMPERATURES WILL ALSO BECOME A BIT MILDER WITH DAYTIME HIGHS MAINLY 35 TO 40 FROM FRIDAY INTO EARLY NEXT WEEK
 

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