GRAND RAPIDS (WKZO) -- There has been some unusual weather in West Michigan with thunder storms, hail, high winds and warmer temperatures, and by the time its all over we will have experienced everything but summer.
It was well above freezing very early this morning, but temperatures have begun to dip and all that water that melted off snow piles and fell during last night’s thunderstorms will be freezing this morning.
Walking is a challenge. Whether you have to deal with icy pavement or just wet road surfaces may depend on where and when you drive into work this morning.
Grand Rapids based Meteorologist Brian Meade with the National Weather Service says we can expect falling temperatures, and high winds with gusts of up to 50 mph and possibly light snow.
He says the sun will be out this afternoon, but it will be colder as temperatures will fall through the day.
Meade says the Polar Vortex has booked a return trip to the Great Lakes states and will be arriving next week.