Today’s Forecast: Updated 1/16/2021

*Scatterd Snow – System Weakening

*Slushy Roads for L.P.

*Limited Snow This Weekend

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Saturday: System Breaking Apart with Lingering Snow

Your Saturday is a little cooler but still above average with highs of 36 to 40 degrees.

You’ll see some snow mainly in the morning and what falls adds up to less than 1″ for most areas, especially West of US-131/I-75.

Eastern areas will have little to no snow.  Winds pick up from the Northwest at 8-18 mph.

 

Saturday Night: Colder with Patchy Lake Effect

Temps drop off making any slush and snow freeze – watch out for slick spots.  Lows range from 22 to 31 degrees.

Light lake effect develops West of US-131 with steady NW winds at 5-15 mph.

Any accumulations remain at less than 1″.

 

Sunday: A Little Cooler with a Little Lake Effect

Northern Michigan remains in the clouds with a little lake effect for Western Lower.

Any accumulations remain light at less than 2″. Temps are still above average but cooler than Saturday.

Highs range from 28 to 38 degrees.

 

Next Week: Turning Seasonable with Some Lake Effect Snow

Colder air builds in overhead allowing more lake effect snow.

Highs drop into the 20s for most Tuesday after a bunch of 30s on Monday.

Look for more mid-20s to the mid-30s Wednesday and Thursday.

– Tom

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