Depending on where you live in West Michigan, you may have seen some flurries, and you may have seen some actual snowfall with snow sticking to the ground.  But, nothing substantial has stuck, even though we had the "Polar Vortex" throughout the last week.

So when will we finally see the snow?  Well, we might see some in the middle of December.  WoodTV 8, Fox 17, and WZZM 13 all have a zero chance for snow in their extended forecasts.

The only snow I could find was on the wildly inaccurate website which claims that we could see some snow on December 15th.

The NOAA Climate Prediction Center shows a trend of warmer air coming through Michigan in the beginning of December.  This means that we will see higher than average temperatures, and (unfortunately for lovers of snow) little to no snow for the first half of the month.

When do you want to start seeing snow?  As soon as possible or maybe wait until Christmas?  Let us know in the comments!