Today’s Forecast: Updated 4/18/2021

*Cold Sunday Morning

*More Sunshine

*Cold, Rain & Snow Next Week

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Your Sunday Morning: Cold Wakeup, Sun

As you head out Sunday morning, you will need a jacket. Temps in the 20s.

You will need the shades as well, mostly sunny skies to start your day.

Sunday Afternoon: Increasing Clouds

A weak upper-level wave will move over northern Michigan. A few clouds should develop in the afternoon- may be a spotty shower.

Expect a dry day with mild temperatures reaching the 50s and a few 60s.

Sunday Night: Increasing Clouds

Our next weather maker will be rolling toward northern Michigan by overnight Sunday.

Increasing cloud cover overnight, not as cold in the 30s.

You will stay dry overnight, showers arrive early Monday.

Monday: Showery Start to the Week.

Showers move in by your morning hours, snow shower for the U.P. Not expecting major issues with this storm.

Reduced visibility from blowing snow possible in the U.P.

Mist and Cloudy skies with rain showers in the first half of the day.

Decrease in cloud cover by the afternoon.

Tuesday & Wednesday: Watching Storm 

There is a low-pressure storm system that we have been keeping our eyes on for a few days now.

We have kept rain/snow in the forecast right now because we are likely to see at least some showery/snow activity from this.

The track of the Low will change between today and early next week. As of now, heavier snowfall looks to be off to our south.

This is something we WILL be watching for the next several days. Plan for cloudy skies and rain/snow chance early next week.

Highs in the 30s and 40s.

-Meteorologist Austin Lowe

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