Another round of winter weather is on the way tonight and tomorrow!This batch is from a storm system that is passing to our south and will hit central Indiana and Ohio fairly hard.  That means that we'll have a little bit of snow in the Grand Rapids area and heavier amounts to the south near the Michigan/Indiana border.  The snow is predicted to begin tonight and continue through mid-morning Wednesday.

From FOX17:

Totals will range from only an inch or two north of Grand Rapids to as much as three to six inches south of I-94.  Most areas in West Michigan will fall in the two- to four-inch range of snow amounts.  With not much wind expected, and temperatures holding near 20° through Wednesday afternoon, we should start to see improving road conditions by late in the day Wednesday.

And NOAA says:

Snow will be spreading in from Indiana this evening and will likely result in travel impacts along and south of Interstate 94.  It does not look like the snow will arrive in Grand Rapids and Lansing until after 7:00 pm.  The snow will persist through the night and taper off Wednesday Morning.  This storm will be tracking south of Michigan.  Southern parts of the state will see more than central and northern locations.  Jackson is forecast to see 4 to 6 inches by Wednesday afternoon...with 2 to 4 inches for the Grand Rapids area.  Wednesday morning's commute could be slick, especially along and south of Interstate 96.