Snow has slammed parts of West Michigan since early Friday morning, with some measuring more than a foot of new snow in one day. Lake-effect snow showers will continue Saturday, adding to the high snow totals.

Muskegon set a new record for daily snowfall on Friday, December 29, with 14.7" of snow. That marks the 29th as a top ten single-day snowfall record. The most snow Muskegon has seen in one day was 22" on January 10, 1982. Currently, Muskegon has a snow depth of 17" and has over 20" more snow than average.

Muskegon set a daily snowfall record on Friday, December 29, 2017. This brings the monthly snowfall total to nearly 50". (Photo: WZZM 13 News)
Grand Rapids has measured mush less snow Friday but the monthly snowfall total is still higher than average with over 30" so far. (Photo: WZZM 13 News)


Snow showers have accumulated to impressive amounts for some communities. Snow totals are still going up as snow falls. (Photo: WZZM 13 News)