Don't get too comfortable with the idea of snow not falling from the sky.

The storm that dropped snow on Saturday is moving out of Michigan, but winds will be shifting overnight and will give us lake effect snow all day Sunday.

Hope you are ready for another round of shoveling or snowblowing (or have kids you can put to work)!

FOX17 reports:

Winds will eventually shift to the north overnight, then eventually to the west. That means lake-effect snow will develop overnight and continue through most of Sunday. Winter weather advisories have been extended for most of our area (especially along/west of U.S. 131) through Sunday as another two to four inches are expected compliments of Lake Michigan this time.

WZZM-13 reports:

Sunday will be mostly cloudy with lake effect snow showers producing 1-2" inland and 2-4" along the lakeshore.  Blowing snow will continue.  Temperatures will be in the low to mid 20s.  Winds will be west-northwest at 8-16 mph inland and 12-22 mph along the lakeshore.  Wind chills will be around 10-14 degrees.

The National Weather Service's Grand Rapids Office has issued a winter weather advisory for Sunday.