The National Weather Service is warning residents throughout Mid-Michigan that driving conditions on Monday will be very dangerous. The NWS posted on Facebook on Sunday that

"dangerous travel is expected Monday across much of Lower Michigan. The heaviest snow in West Michigan will fall north of I-96. The worst weather conditions (heaviest snowfall rates, lowest visibility, highest winds) will occur from just before the morning commute through midday, but tricky travel conditions may persist into the evening as clean-up efforts continue. (Steady snowfall will also linger into Southeast Michigan for the first part of the evening commute.) Travel only if necessary, and carry emergency supplies in your car in case you get stuck. Extremely cold temperatures will follow the heavy snow Tuesday through Thursday"

According to the National Weather Service, snow accumulations for the Lansing area and to the south will be 4 to 8 inches of snow Monday and even more snow is expected north of I-96. The NWS is predicting 8 to 12 inches of snow north of I-96. Click here to see their latest forecast.