Subzero Friday morning lows throughout Upper Michigan with possible wind chills below -35 degrees Fahrenheit.
Snow chances return for the weekend.
Thursday morning wind chills from -10s to -30s possible, with lake effect snow in the NW belts.
A cold pattern sets in today.
NWS winter weather advisories in effect until Wednesday morning for the Keweenaw, Eastern U.P.
A cold pattern develops by the end of the week.
Occasionally heavy snow falling in the U.P. Tuesday, accompanied by gusty southerly winds.
A cold stretch is on the horizon after a system moves through.
As conditions lighten up from today’s round of snow more snow is on the way for Tuesday. The system will move in the afternoon and will persist throughout the day into the evening.
Sunday a clipper system out of the northwest will push through leaving only a few inches spread across the U.P. The next chances for snow will be mostly Tuesday as another system will move in but is looking to slow down and leave more snow behind on Wednesday.