Snowy, slushy, wet and windy start to May
NWS alerts in effect as pummeling snow, rain and wind impact Upper Michigan through Tuesday.
Low pressure system centered over Eastern Ontario/Western Quebec induces a backspin spread of wet snow and rain/snow mix over Upper Michigan Monday through Tuesday. The moderate and heavy mixture is steered in by gale force winds from the north, gusting over 45 mph near the Lake Superior shore. The combination of heavy snow/mix and blustery winds could create low visibility for travel in addition to the slippery road conditions. Milder air accompanied by few periods of drying add relief later this week, but could lead to possible flooding concerns by the weekend.
Tonight: Mostly cloudy with moderate to heavy wet snow with rain/snow mix south and east; very windy
>Lows: Upper 20s West / Mid 30s South & East
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy; snow showers early but then dwindling in the afternoon; windy
Wednesday: Partly to mostly cloudy skies and drier; seasonably cool
Thursday: Partly cloudy with isolated rain showers; mild
Friday: Partly cloudy with a stray rain shower; warmer
Saturday: Mostly sunny skies and seasonably warm
Sunday: Partly cloudy with a chance of rain late; warmer and breezy
Monday: Mostly cloudy with scattered rain showers and an isolated thunderstorm
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