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Weather Update: 2/25/2024

* Warmth coming back Sunday

* Flakes for some Sunday

* Showers Likely Tuesday and Wednesday

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Your Sunday: Clouds and a touch of snow

Clouds are around for much of the day with periods of sunshine.

The straits and U.P. could see flurries or a few snow showers, but little accumulation (if any) is expected.

Some spots in the Eastern Northern Lower could see a few flurries here and there as well.

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Highs are above average with readings in the mid-30s to mid-40s.

Winds pick up out of the SW at 8-18mph.

Overnight: Cloudy

Sunday night is cloudy across the region.

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Lows are variable in the upper teens to low 30s.

Winds slow taper off.

Monday: Sun is back again!

We see some clearing for Monday with sun and clouds.

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Temperatures continue to warm up, upper 30s to 40s with a few spots touching low 50s.

The rest of the week: Showers return

Staying warm Tuesday with highs in the mid-40s up to 60 degrees.

However, we are looking for scattered rain showers.

It stays wet on Wednesday with rain showers and snow showers as temps start dropping off.

Highs are only set to reach the 20s and 30s, so light accumulations are possible.

Thursday looks dryer with the potential for some lingering isolated snow in the morning.

Temperatures remain cooler in the mid-20s to mid-30s.

Friday brings back the warmth and some sun with partly cloudy skies.

Temperatures are expected to reach the mid-30s to mid-40s.

- Meteorologist Teagan Reeves


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