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Turning Much Colder With Snow Possible Mid-Week

Rain moves in late tonight, then temperatures turn sharply colder for the middle of next week. By Wednesday, high temperatures will only reach the teens and sub-zero wind chills are possible in the morning. Accumulating snowfall is likely, especially towards Lake Michigan Tuesday and Wednesday. Slick commutes are possible Tuesday morning through Thursday. Read More >

Filtered sunshine to start your Sunday, then clouds thickening by afternoon. Southwest winds will gust to 30 mph at times.
A rollercoaster temperature pattern is in store this week. Expect highs in the 40s and rain showers to start the week, blustery conditions Tuesday through Thursday with snow showers, then temperatures rebounding above freezing again by the end of the week.
Waves of 6 to 10 feet will batter the Lake Michigan shoreline north of Holland today. Some minor lakeshore flooding is possible, but beach and dune erosion are the more likely impacts this time.