Pleasant spring Wednesday before light to moderate showers roll in
High pressure to deliver mild and mostly dry spring weather Wednesday before rainy, snowy end to the week.
A cold northwesterly wind ahead of an advancing high pressure over the Canadian Prairies triggers an array of pop-up rain/snow showers in Upper Michigan through Tuesday. But, as high pressure builds into the region, the precipitation dries out towards Wednesday. A midweek reprieve takes effect before a system leeside of the Canadian Rockies brushes mixed rain and snow over the U.P. Thursday. Following on Friday is a deeper Central Plains-based system capable of producing moderate to heavy rain, then a transition to the wintry mix through Sunday -- potential stormy, snowy end to April in Upper Michigan.
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Tonight: Partly to mostly cloudy with isolated flurries diminishing overnight; light north winds
>Lows: 10s/30 (coldest interior west, less cold east)
>Highs: Lower to Upper 40s
Wednesday: Partly cloudy to mostly sunny with an afternoon pop-up light shower possible; rain/mix moving in west late; seasonal temperatures
>Highs: Upper 30s near Lake Superior to Lower 50s Inland
Thursday: Partly sunny to mostly cloudy with light to moderate rain/mix brushing west to east in the afternoon; warmer and breezy
Friday: Partly to mostly cloudy with scattered rain showers; seasonably warm and breezy
Saturday: Mostly cloudy with moderate to occasionally heavy rain; mixed rain and snow developing west late; cooling down; breezy
Sunday: Mostly cloudy with snow west, mixed rain and snow east; blustery
Monday, May 1st: Mostly cloudy with snow west, mixed rain and snow east; blustery
Tuesday: Partly to mostly cloudy with few to scattered rain showers; milder
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