WESTERN MICHIGAN – The March weekend is cooler, snowier. After a cold Saturday in Western Michigan, Sunday’s temperature is expected to get even colder! The high temperature is expected to be above 20, which will be one of the coldest days in March in Western Michigan! Earlier, on the upcoming Sunday, the coldest day of the month was March 12, when the highest temperature in Grand Rapids was 18 degrees.
In addition to cooler air, strong wind gusts from the northwest on Sunday morning will cause snowdrifts with a lake effect. Any accumulation will be limited, with the highest amounts near the lake shore.
Snow rains with the effect of the lake stop in the morning, sometimes sunlight comes out. In fact, in the evening the sky becomes changeable! High temperatures on Sunday are expected to heat up to 28 degrees in Grand Rapids and Kalamazoo.
Given the wind and the already lower temperatures, the temperature, similar to the sensation, will be unambiguous throughout the day. Steady north-northwest winds will range from 10 to 20 m / s, with occasional gusts of up to 30 m / s. Below are the expected sensitive temperatures at 12 noon on Sunday, when temperatures in Grand Rapids will be just 5 degrees.
Stay tuned with the FOX 17 weather team to find out about your future forecast! Rains are expected next week and also a little warmer. You can always download the FOX 17 Weather app!