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Mon January 31, 2011
Forecasters expect big winter storm to come our way
Forecasters are predicting a big winter storm is on its way. It's forecasted that the storm could leave up to a foot of snow on the ground across much of the southern part of the state by Wednesday morning. As the Associated Press reports:
Meteorologist Brian Meade with the National Weather Service's Grand Rapids office says the storm is expected to include "considerable blowing and drifting snow" in the southern and central parts of the state.
Snow is expected to begin piling up Tuesday and continue overnight through Wednesday morning.