UPDATE: The winter weather advisory has been canceled as of 3:19 p.m. Thursday.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. -- The sub-freezing air has started to pour in across West Michigan, leaving many spots with a snowy start to their Thursday, April 6, morning.
U.S. 131 looks to be the dividing line between mostly snow to the east versus rain farther west. With Lake Michigan influencing the air temperatures of nearby communities, spots including Muskegon, Holland and South Haven will stay on the rainy side
Areas like Big Rapids, Lowell and Battle Creek will be dealing with the heavy wet snow.
Dry air is beginning to infiltrate the core of precipitation, leaving us with less of a mess than what was originally anticipated.
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Everyone will be drying out by Thursday evening, with a brief pit-stop into sub-freezing temperatures followed by a nice warming trend just in time for the weekend.
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