Today’s Forecast: Updated 1/28/2021 3:00 am

*Cold with Light Lake Effect

*Minor Snow Accumulations

*Watching Disturbance for Saturday Night/Sunday Morning

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This Morning: Cold, Light Lake Effect

We have some light lake effect for the traditional snow belt areas this morning.

Expect temperatures in the single digits and teens this morning but Northwest winds are making it feel like -10 to 15 degrees!

Roads could be slick in spots to start the day.

Today: Cold, Light Snow, Cloudy

We will see lake effect snow for areas of Northern Michigan today.

Most of the lake effect will hang around for the Western half of the Lower Peninsula and Northern half of the U.P.

Highs will be in the mid teens to mid 20s with winds out of the Northwest at 5-10mph.

Accumulations will be minor through the day.

Tonight: Isolated Lake Effect, Some Clearing

Skies will become partly to mostly cloudy for most of us.

Lake effect slowly tapers off.

Overnight lows will range from the low single digits to upper teens.

Rest of the Week: Some Sun Friday, Weekend System Missing Us Again?

Friday is looking mostly to partly sunny with highs in the lower to upper 20s.

Saturday is looking partly to mostly cloudy with isolated flurries. Highs will be in the mid 20s to low 30s.

Saturday night and Sunday morning will bring another system to our South. This could clip areas of the Lower Peninsula with some light to moderate snow. As of right now accumulations look minor for Northern Michigan.

-Meteorologist Michael Stevens

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