Snowy, blustery Monday as winter makes mid-April cameo
Wet snow to cause possible slushy, slippery road hazards during the morning commute
A Canadian Prairies frontal system brings initial rain to the Upper Peninsula, spreading eastward overnight.
The frontal system is the leading edge of a cold airmass that will keep temperatures below the seasonal in the U.P. during the first half of the week. Rain will transition to mainly widespread snow on Monday. Snow shower chances continue for the NW wind belts Tuesday and Wednesday.
High pressure then builds over the region during the second half of the week, with temperatures trending at or above the seasonal norm.
The next chance for precipitation is expected next weekend with the arrival of another Canadian Prairies frontal system.
Monday: Mostly cloudy with a chance of rain and snow; transition to snow begins west in the morning, then eastward towards the afternoon; colder and blustery with NW winds gusting over 35 mph
Tuesday and Wednesday: Partly to mostly cloudy with a chance of snow showers in the NW wind belts
Thursday: Mostly sunny, breezy and warmer
Friday: Partly cloudy and warm
Saturday and Sunday: Increasing clouds with a chance of rain and snow; breezy
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