Saturday the real fun begins with up to 2 inches of rain during the early part of the day.
As temperatures fall, look for sleet and snow mixed in with the rain and up to another 2 inches of wet heavy snow.
The United States National Weather Service in Grand Rapids is forecasting a powerful storm moving through Michigan beginning late Tuesday night through Wednesday, with a second potentially powerful system moving through over the weekend.
If you have weather notifications turned on through your mobile data device service or from your favorite weather app, you may have noticed flood warnings and rain storms have been common occurrences in recent weeks.
After a week of snow covered roads and slower driving, west Michiganders woke up Saturday morning to find most of the snow was washed away by rain that started Friday, and temps that felt more like springtime once again.
Monday, the National Weather Service in Grand Rapids issued a Wind Advisory for much of lower Michigan, with potential for winds to gust to 40 or 50mph as temperatures fall during