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Occasional Threat for Showers/Storms through Monday Night

Humidity has returned to the region and so has the risk for rain at times, though plenty of dry periods are also expected especially today. The most likely time frame for rain would be early Monday morning and then again late Monday night. Read More >

The stretch of very cold and at times record-breaking weather approached two weeks longevity. Dec 25-31 was the coldest final week to any year on record. Temperatures stayed below 20 degrees for 12 days in a row at Grand Rapids -- one day shy of the record (1912).

Lake-effect snow produced large totals downwind of the lakes the first week of January, bit little snow fell elsewhere. The lake-effect snow was often observed to be "fluffy" and would gradually settle and compact over time.

                                                                  

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