Today’s Forecast: Updated 1/16/2022 12:45 pm

*Clouds Moving In

*A Little Snow

*More Cold Later This Week

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This Afternoon: Warming Up

The sunshine is fading as a weak system approaches from the NW.

Don’t worry though the mercury is still rising and will reach the 20s this afternoon.

Late afternoon/evening snow showers are expected to move through the U.P. and Northern Lower.

We are not expecting major impacts, just some brief slowdowns on the road.

Tonight: A Little Snow

The weak disturbance moves through but with little impact.

Spotty snow showers or flurries are the forecast. Accumulations are little to none.

Lows tonight are mostly above zero in the single digits, but there will be the typical areas dropping back below zero.

Tomorrow: Breezy and Mostly Dry

Highs are back in the 20s under a mix of sun and clouds.

Winds are a bit strong so wind chills drop back to the single digits.

You may see some lake effect but right now it looks minimal.

Tuesday: Afternoon Snow Returns

A system rolls through Tuesday afternoon bringing some snow and dropping temps.

A few inches of fresh powder are possible, mainly North of M-55.

Temperatures drop off into the single digits, teens and 20s in the warmest spots.

The Rest of the Week: Some Snow – Cold Returns

The system lasts into Wednesday morning but changes to lake effect as the system heads out.

Temps are in the 20s and 30s to start the day but drop off as cold air returns.

Lake effect holds on Thursday with highs in the single digits and teens.

A cold high pressure then delivers sunshine Friday but its stays chilly.

-Tom

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