TONIGHT
Cloudy and cold
Areas of light snow southeast
LOW: 26
WIND:  W-NW 5-15 mph

SUNRISE  7:30 a.m.
SUNSET   5:22 p.m.

WHAT WE'RE TRACKING
Mostly Quiet Monday
Lakeshore Snow Tuesday
Continued Cold through Weekend

TONIGHT  A few flurries are expected around Grand Rapids with heavier snow expected southeast. Areas from Lansing to Hastings to South Haven will receive and inch or less of snow tonight. Lows will be in the middle 20s inland and 30s at the lakeshore.

TUESDAY  Lake effect snow showers will develop Tuesday morning and will be heaviest west and southwest of Grand Rapids. An additional 1-3 inches of snow is possible tomorrow morning from South Haven to Kalamazoo westward. Roads, such as I-196 from Holland south, M-43 west of Kalamazoo and M-40/M-89 from Otsego west could be slippery. The lake effect snow showers will shut down during the afternoon. Highs will be near 30 with wind chills hovering near 20 degrees.

LOOKING AHEAD   It has been a gloomy month (3.8% sunshine) but finally substantial sunshine may break out Wednesday. Temperatures will still remain below average through this weekend with a warm up forecast to occur around Thanksgiving.

Bill's Blog  Bill writes about the coming cold and snow.  Also, the snow skiing season opens in Michigan on Sunday.