KALAMAZOO (WKZO) --It was chilly yesterday and its colder this morning as the polar vortex that we have been warning you about for a week has plunged south, headed for the Gulf of Mexico.
The Cold front will leave the Great Lakes States coping once again with sub-zero temperatures and wind chills.
It could mean 2 to 5 inches of fresh Lake Effect snow will fall on much of West Michigan.
National Weather Service Meteorologist Jared Maples says our normal average is a high of around 40-degrees. He says the warmest we will get in the next week may be in the low 20's, and early Friday morning it could sink to ten below.
And he says there is no end in sight to the colder than normal weather.
Bundle up this morning, ambient temperatures are in the teens and the wind chill is even lower.