High pressure and drier air will be slow to regain control over our weather this week. We'll keep lingering clouds, intermittent light snow and freezing drizzle Monday night into Tuesday, mainly downwind from Lake Superior. Colder air filters in tonight into mid-week, keeping the next few nights and early mornings cooler than average.
Monday Evening: Generally cloudy with off and on snow flurries and/or freezing drizzle. Caution driving and watch for slick spots.
Low: Low to mid 20s for most. Colder inland, upper teens.
Tuesday: Mainly cloudy west-central UP with lingering light snow/drizzle diminishing by mid to late-afternoon. Drier east.
Highs: Mid to upper 20s for most with low 30s far south-central
Wednesday: Partly to mostly cloudy, not as mild and generally dry.
Highs: Mid 20s
We'll notice slightly warmer temperatures during the second half of the work week. More widespread snows will get going Friday into the weekend.