A Winter Storm Warning has been issued for most of Southwest Michigan from 10PM tonight (February 29) through 1AM Wednesday (March 2).

The final weekend of February 2016 saw temperatures climb into the mid-50s, but winter's not quite ready to slumber. Most of Southwest Michigan, with the exception of the southern tier of counties, are included in the warned area.

Update 2/29 3:30PM Berrien, Cass, St Joseph and the remainder of the southern tier of counties in Michigan are now included in the advisory.

Update 3/1 9:00AM Van Buren County as well as Allegan, Berry and counties to the north have been upgraded to a Winter Storm Warning. Kalamazoo and Calhoun counties remain under a winter weather advisory.

Van Buren, Kalamazoo and Calhoun Counties north to a Pentwater-to-Clare line are under the advisory for 3 to 6 inches of accumulation, with the heaviest snow predicted along Interstate 96.

In the National Weather Service's briefing on Monday February 29, they noted,

* SNOW WILL DEVELOP THIS EVENING AND CONTINUE THROUGH TUESDAY.

* TOTAL SNOWFALL 3 TO 6 INCHES...HIGHEST AMOUNTS NEAR I-96.

* SNOW WILL DIMINISH TUESDAY EVENING.

IMPACTS...

* ROADS WILL BECOME SNOW PACKED AND SLIPPERY THIS EVENING.

* TUESDAY MORNING COMMUTE WILL BE MUCH SLOWER.

* SCHOOL DELAYS AND/OR CLOSURES POSSIBLE.

BONUS VIDEO: Michigan Winter Adventure Race 2016

Check out the 2016 edition of the Michigan Winter Adventure Race held in Rockford on February 6.