Breaks of sun, spotty snow before wintry flakes pick up midweek
Clipper systems bring more widespread snow to the U.P. Tuesday through Wednesday.
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A winter system spreads moderate to heavy snow over the eastern half of Upper Michigan through late Saturday. Following its passage overnight, scattered lake effect snow develops over the U.P. Sunday - with some sunny breaks too.
Early next week, a series of clipper systems bring snow chances to the region Monday and Wednesday. A warm airmass moves in Thursday, but is followed by a Central Plains system that threatens to bring moderate to heavy mixed rain and snow into the end of the work week. Snow diminishes into the weekend with a cooldown following.
Tonight: Partly cloudy with few flurries, patchy frost and freezing fog through Monday morning
>Lows: 0s/20 (colder inland, less cold nearshore)
Monday: Mostly cloudy with spotty afternoon light snow/flurries, then more widespread snow late
-Tuesday: Partly to mostly cloudy with snow showers early; dwindling midday then ramping up with light to moderate snow in the afternoon west, spreading to the east in the evening
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy with scattered snow showers early then diminishing in the afternoon; blustery
Thursday: Partly cloudy and seasonably mild
Friday: Mostly cloudy with mixed rain and snow, becoming of moderate to heavy intensity late; windy
Saturday: Mostly cloudy with moderate to heavy snow early then tapering off in the evening; cooler and windy
Sunday: Partly cloudy and cool
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