Widespread snow is expected to begin falling at 7 a.m., leading to another day of winter storm warnings and advisories issued by the National Weather Service, which are in effect until 11 p.m. However, because low temperatures fell to near 20 degrees this morning and have struggled to get much above freezing this afternoon, road temperatures are cold enough that the snow could stick.
Drivers should be prepared for snow-covered roads and slippery surfaces.
Additional snow accumulations of 6 inches are expected.
If you missed out on most of the snow that fell on parts of West Michigan Tuesday, chances are you will see it Wednesday. The afternoon is expected to be mostly sunny. Any snow should exit our eastern suburbs by about 10 p.m. although a few scattered flurries are possible thereafter.
Wednesday will be continue to be cloudy with a slight chance of showers, but temperatures will drop from a high of 42 to a low of around 21 degrees Wednesday night. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 31.
The State College area is expected to see 3 to 5 inches as a fast-moving Alberta clipper system brings widespread light to moderate snowfall overnight, according to NWS.