A fall storm will slowly wobble eastward across the Upper Great Lakes this weekend. Occasional snow and rain showers are possible Sunday into Monday, especially for points downwind from Lake Superior on a steady west-northwest wind. Below-average temperatures stick around through the first half of next week.
Sunday: Cold and breezy with an early morning rain/snow mix tapering off towards midday. Rain showers and limited snow will likely redevelop for points downwind from Lake Superior in the afternoon/evening.
Highs: Low 40s.
Monday: Mostly cloudy with lingering morning rain & spotty wet snow tapering off towards midday.
Highs: Low/mid 40s.
Tuesday: Generally cloudy and damp with scattered rain showers.
Wednesday should be cold and cloudy with intermittent rain/snow showers off Lake Superior, mainly in the morning. Thursday will trend dry and more mild.