Quiet start to the weekend before snowy round howls back in
Flurries, few sunny breaks before a Northern Plains system brings potentially heavy snow Sunday.
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Lingering flurries and mostly cloudy skies over Upper Michigan Friday night as high pressure gradually rebuilds over the region. Some sunny breaks expected Saturday before a Canadian Prairies/Northern Plains system drops towards the Western U.P. in the evening. Scattered snow showers to spread across the region Sunday, with potentially heavy snowfall over the western counties -- accumulations over a half-foot possible in areas west by Sunday’s end.
Seasonably cool temperatures to trend through early next week, then milder with towards St. Patrick’s Day-Friday with a potential winter storm in the mix.
Tonight: Mostly cloudy with light snow/flurries; northeast winds gusting 20 mph
>Lows: 10s/20 (colder inland and east)
Saturday: Partly sunny to mostly cloudy with snow moving in west in the evening
Sunday, Daylight Saving Time begins: Mostly cloudy with scattered snow; moderate to heavy snow possible west; blustery
Monday: Mostly cloudy with lake effect snow showers over the north wind belts, gradually clearing late; blustery
Tuesday: Mostly sunny to partly cloudy and seasonably cool
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy with isolated snow showers; milder
Thursday: Mostly cloudy with scattered wintry mix (freezing rain/sleet/wet snow)
Friday, St. Patrick’s Day: Mostly cloudy with scattered snow
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