Snow is likely to hit northern and possibly west Michigan starting tomorrow and through Friday morning.
The National Weather Service says the first major winter storm of the season is over the middle of the country and is expected to track northeast.
Shortwave energy triggering widespread showers across the four corner states at the start of the forecast period will swing out into the plains and help intensify a surface low in the lee of the Central Rockies by Wednesday afternoon. The strengthening cyclone will quickly track northeastward towards the middle Mississippi valley Wednesday night and is expected to reach southern Michigan by early Friday.
Snow is expected to start in Kalkaska, for example, after 4 a.m. tomorrow. Accumulations are expected to be 6 to 12 inches.
Check out the forecast for your area from the NWS.