GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — After three days of heavy snow, icy roads and cold temperatures, West Michigan is finally close to seeing some relief from winter.
As of Saturday night, Grand Rapids has seen 23.3″ inches since Thursday. On average, November sees 7.6 inches of snow in total. This total is the largest three-day consecutive snowfall total on record for Grand Rapids.
All Winter Storm Warnings and Winter Weather Advisories have been canceled. Intermittent lake-effect snow showers will continue through early Sunday before winding down.
Although the snow will come to an end, wind chills will hover in the single digits to low teens across West Michigan through Sunday as gusty winds continue.
BATTLE CREEK SNOW EMERGENCY ENDS
The city of Battle Creek is lifting a snow emergency at 6 p.m. on Sunday. It started at noon on Saturday.
During the snow emergency, parking on all city streets is prohibited so that snowplows can clear the roads quickly. Once it is lifted, street parking will be allowed.
Remember your winter driving best practices: Go slow and keep extra space between vehicles, especially on the highway.
Stay with Storm Team 8 for the latest as the snowstorm plays out. It appears we will emerge from this cold, snowy pattern Sunday afternoon. Slightly warmer temperatures will arrive mid-week.
Some News 8 viewers sent in photos of snow piling up covering their flowers that had still been holding on.
You can send your snow photos to ReportIt@woodtv.com. Be sure to include your name as well as where and when the photo was taken.