We have been holding fairly steady temperature-wise during the daylight hours over the past week or so with very limited precipitation. In the Otsego/Plainwell area, we are still holding onto an inch or so of snow left on the ground though many large patches of open ground are showing through.
We have some moisture in the low-level clouds which is causing some light drizzle in the area and with the temps slightly below freezing, this could cause some slick spots on the roads and sidewalks. This should decrease during the day but may redevelop tonight into tomorrow morning.
After a long period of above-normal temps, the northern CONUS should settle down into a more normal winter pattern by the end of the week. The warmer than normal air will still put up a fight this week as temps will approach 40° midweek into Thursday. After that temps should fall back into the upper 20s to near 30 which would be normal for this time of year. We should see the development of some snow sometime Thursday night through the weekend.