Today’s Forecast: Updated 11/28/2021 11:20 pm

*Lake Effect Breaks Down

*System Snow Monday Afternoon/Night

*Another Wave of Snow Middle of the Week

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Sunday Snowfall totals: Smithville 10.5″, South Boardman 8.5″, Fife Lake 8.5″, Lake City 6″, Cadillac 3″

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Tonight: Lake Effect Weakens 

The lake effect holds on for parts of NW Lower and the U.P. with another 1-3″ possible, but only in persistent bands of snow.

Watch out for snowy/icy roads! Be prepared for slow travel in some areas, especially in NW Lower.

Away from the lake effect, skies go partly cloudy and it will be chilly.

Lows drop into 20s for much of the region.

Tomorrow: Some Early Lake Effect then Afternoon System Snow

Lake effect lingers through the morning hours mainly impacting areas North of M-32.

Additional snow is less than 1 inch, as the sun comes out for many areas.

Clouds then roll in for the afternoon/evening as a system brings snow to everyone.

We are not looking a lot of snow (generally 1-3″) but the evening commute will be slow!

Highs are back in the 30s with SW/S winds of 5-15 mph.

Tuesday – Thursday: Back and Forth Skies

Isolated snow showers are the story Tuesday with lots of clouds.

Highs warm into the 30s with a few low 40s possible.

Temps jump up Wednesday as a system moves in.

This system delivers rain or snow depending on location.

Thursday has scattered snow or rain showers as temperatures drop during the day.

-Tom

 

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