Area Weather Outlook
Issued by NWS Grand Rapids, MI

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THIS IS THE AREA WEATHER OUTLOOK... ISSUED BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE IN GRAND RAPIDS MICHIGAN.

LAKE EFFECT SNOW SHOWERS WILL GRADUALLY DIMINISH TONIGHT, WITH ANY
ADDITIONAL ACCUMULATION REMAINING UNDER AN INCH.  ANOTHER WEAK
SYSTEM WILL PRODUCE LIGHT SNOW SUNDAY MORNING, MAINLY NORTH OF I-96.
SOME RAIN COULD MIX IN BY AFTERNOON.  AGAIN ANY ACCUMULATION ON
SUNDAY WILL REMAIN UNDER AN INCH.  THEN A DRY PERIOD IS EXPECTED
LATE SUNDAY NIGHT THROUGH MONDAY EVENING.  HOWEVER RAIN IS EXPECTED
TO ARRIVE FROM THE SOUTH LATE MONDAY NIGHT.

A SOAKING RAIN SHOULD CONTINUE TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, BEFORE THE
PRECIPITATION CHANGES TO SNOW WEDNESDAY NIGHT.  THE LATTER PORTION
OF NEXT WEEK APPEARS TO BE QUIETER BUT COOLER.

TEMPERATURES WILL BE WARMER SUNDAY AND THIS WARMER AIR LINGERS
THROUGH WEDNESDAY WITH DAYTIME TEMPERATURES MAINLY 45 TO 50.  THEN
WE SHOULD COOL DOWN LATE IN THE WEEK.  HIGHS THURSDAY THROUGH
SATURDAY SHOULD MAINLY BE 30 TO 35.


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