Another winter storm is heading to Michigan, with up to at least 6 inches of snow forecast for parts of the southern Lower Peninsula.
The National Weather Service says snowfall is expected to start Monday afternoon in western Michigan, with 4 to 6 inches of snow anticipated by the time it wraps up Tuesday. Southeastern Michigan could get 3 to 6 inches. 

The heaviest part of the storm, according to the NWS's Winter Weather Advisory, will come this afternoon and evening, starting around 3 p.m.  Storm Team Eight's Terri DeBoer tells WOOD Radio that snowfall rates of 1/2- to one inch per hour "are not impossible."
In the northern Lower Peninsula, 3 to 5 inches of snow is forecast, with higher amounts possible locally. The Upper Peninsula also is expected to get clipped by the snowstorm, with 3 to 5 inches of snow possible across the western and central U.P.
Warmer weather is expected Tuesday through Thursday in parts of the state.

For the season, so far, the official measurement is 95 inches of total accumulation in  Grand Rapids, 114 inches in Muskegon.