Winding down, clearing out to a mild and sunny Wednesday
Breezy winds, lake effect snow and clouds diminish towards a mild reprieve -- before next winter system Thursday.
Migrating high pressure from the Dakotas eases down the wind flow and helps clear out lake effect snow and clouds in Upper Michigan overnight -- setting up for a mild and mostly sunny Wednesday in the region. Later in the evening however, clouds increase from the south as a Central Plains system approaches the Great Lakes region. The system spreads a wintry mix/wet snow over Upper Michigan Thursday, at times falling heavy. It’s a transition to lake effect snow as the system pushes east of the U.P. Friday. Total amounts of snow from Thursday to Friday can range up to 4-6″ mainly in areas east.
Tonight: Lingering lake effect snow north diminishing overnight and becoming mostly clear; southwest winds 5 to 15 mph
>Lows: 10s/20s (colder inland)
Wednesday: Mostly sunny with increasing clouds late evening; mild with southwest winds gusting up to 20 mph
Thursday: Mostly cloudy with wintry mix early, then wet snow spreading in the afternoon; blustery at night
Friday: Partly to mostly cloudy with lake effect snow showers over the north wind belts; blustery
Saturday: Partly cloudy and seasonably mild but windy
Sunday: Partly cloudy and seasonably mild
Monday: Partly to mostly cloudy with isolated snow showers
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy with wintry mix of showers late
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