Snow May Have An Encore Performance Saturday Night
Just when you thought snow in Michigan had taken its final bow, it looks like it may be back for an encore performance Saturday night.
According to WOOD, even after all the 70 degree weather we have had in Grand Rapids over the past month we are once again talking about snow in the forecast.
Saturday morning should start off dry as the clouds roll in. As we get into the mid afternoon rain will arrive and then by the evening will change into snow. Most accumulation will be in yards and rooftops and roads should just be wet since temperatures will be in the 40s.
There is a piece of good news to all this wet snow, when Sunday rolls in, it will melt any and all snow by the end of the day.
The weather odd's makers are saying that is you are north of Grand Rapids you may get an inch of snow but for those south of GR you may get 2 to 4 inches of the white stuff in the I-94 region.
Grand Rapids has already received 81.3 inches of snow for the year which is over 6 inches more than a typical year.
At least the snow will go away as quickly as it will come so you won't need to break out the snow shovel once more...hopefully.