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Friday, January 27, 2023

Snowstorm remnants: What we can expect Thursday morning and afternoon

The snowstorm for southern Michigan is winding down. Now a burst of Lake-effect snow is going to develop for Thursday. Here’s a quick look at Thursday’s weather.

The radar forecast shows an area of lake-effect snow over the southwest corner of Lower Michigan on Thursday. This lake-effect will move away from the lake and turn into spurts of snow showers crossing southeast Lower Michigan late Thursday.


Radar forecast from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday, showing the snow mostly over southwest Lower Michigan.

The day will turn snowy over the southwest quarter of Lower Michigan. The forecast below shows 2 inches to 6 inches of snow will pile up Thursday from Muskegon to Kalamazoo and southwest Lower.

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Total snowfall adds up through 6 a.m. Friday.

On the east side of the state we will just have an inch or so of additional snow Thursday.

Temperatures will remain below freezing all of Thursday, so don’t expect Mother Nature to help improve the roads. Temperatures will be warm enough for road salt to work quickly.

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Temperature forecast at 7 a.m. Thursday, January 26

By noon the temperatures will be very close to freezing and roads should be improving outside of the heavy lake-effect snow area of southwest Lower Michigan.


Temperature forecast at noon Thursday, January 26

So look for cold roads probably still covered with snow Thursday morning across southeast Lower Michigan. Expect the roads to improve as we head toward noon with temperatures just a few degrees below freezing.

For southwest Lower Michigan expect occasional areas of heavy snow. A very snowy road situation is likely southwest of Grand Rapids, between Holland, Kalamazoo and Battle Creek.

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