*Small System Tonight – Light Snow
*A Warmer Weekend
*A Messy Storm Early Next Week
Tonight: Light snow falls for most of the night with a 1-3″ possible for areas North of M-55 up the Straits. The Straits to the Soo is a Trace to 1″. Those of you South of M-55 are only looking at a Trace to 1″. Lows reach the 20s to low 30s by morning. Winds are light and variable.
Tomorrow: Skies turn partly sunny but some isolated lake effect lingers around in spots during the morning hours. Accumulations remain at less than 1″. High pressure slowly nudges into the Great Lakes region, allowing for more sunshine during the afternoon. It will be a colder day with highs only reaching the mid 20s to mid 30s. Wind chills will be in the teens and twenties.
The Weekend: Saturday is a relatively quiet day with some light snow showers in the U.P. down to M-32. Little to no accumulation is expected as highs range from 30 to 38 degrees. On Sunday, a developing storm brings more clouds and scattered light rain showers. Some might see a mix but with temps in the 30s and 40s, icing will not be a problem.
Next Week: The storm continues developing Monday with winds picking up and snow, rain, or an icy mix developing. You’ll see a large range in highs going from the 20s in the U.P. to the mid 40s in our Central Lower Counties. Temperature crash Tuesday with highs of 13 to 29 with falling temps for most. This also means snow and then lake effect snow developing and lasting through Thursday. This is arctic air dropping highs in to the teens and single digits and lows below zero in spots.
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