Kalamazoo sounds like a funny, far-away place where wacky things happen. While I’m sure some wacky things happen in Southern Michigan, it’s not really that far away at all. Maybe we’ll get some wacky weather!
At 753pm EST, the temperature at Kalamazoo, MI was 34 degrees under overcast skies. One area of low pressure is pushing away from Lake Erie and Ontario while another found just north of Lake Superior is trailing a cold front through the Upper Midwest. A westerly fetch will keep snow showers stirred up over southern Michigan tonight through Wednesday, but additional accumulations shouldn’t be too high, around an inch or so. Westerly winds continue into Thursday, but with high pressure pushing into the region, no real lake effect issues are expected. Skies will remain cloudy throughout the day with temperatures taking a bit of a dip after the cold front moves through.
Wednesday: Scattered snow showers throughout the day. High 35, Low 19.
Thursday: Mostly cloudy. High 23, Low 17.
TWC: Wednesday: Snow showers. High 33, Low 21.
Thursday: Mostly cloudy, isolated snow showers. High 21, Low 17.
AW: Wednesday: Mostly cloudy with a snow shower. High 35, Low 21
Thursday: Mostly cloudy and colder. High 24, 15.
NWS: Wednesday: Chance of snow showers. High 32, Low 22.
Thursday: Slight chance of snow showers, mostly cloudy during the day. High 22, Low 16.
WB: Wednesday: Chance of snow showers throughout the day. High 33, Low 19.
Thursday: Mostly cloudy. High 18, Low 15.
WN: Wednesday: Mostly cloudy with chance of snow showers. High 32, Low 16.
Thursday: Partly cloudy with chance of snow showers. High 19, Low 16.
FIO: Wednesday: Light snow starting overnight, continuing until morning. High 33, Low 14.
Thursday: Mostly cloudy until evening. High 18, Low 11.
Here we see some light snow showers in the area. Activity is expected to linger in the region until Thursday morning as a system works through the area.