The Grand Rapids, Michigan National Weather Service office issued official expected snow storm total accumulation amounts. The image below is the latest information for what to expect after the storm starts Monday morning and tapers off by the end of the day.
The official statement is as follows:
“Dangerous travel is expected on Monday across much of Lower Michigan. The heaviest snow in West Michigan will fall north of I-96. The worst conditions (heaviest snowfall rates, lowest visibility, highest winds) are expected from just before the morning commute through midday, but tricky travel conditions may persist into the evening as clean-up efforts continue. (Steady snowfall will also linger over Southeast Michigan for the first part of the evening commute.) Travel only if necessary, and carry emergency supplies in your car in case you get stuck. Extremely cold temperatures will follow the heavy snow Tuesday through Thursday.”