Weather Updates from TV6 Meteorologists Karl Bohnak and Jennifer Perez
As we see the system move through the Upper Peninsula, the warm air will rise creating an evening of lake effect snow along the northwest wind belts. Parts of the central and mostly eastern counties will experience heavier accumulation of snow. The winter weather advisories in effect will subside by the afternoon hours of Sunday. There will only be a brief window of no snow until a front moves in bringing another morning of snow making for slick conditions. Temps will slowly rise to leading to chances of a rain/snow mix mid-next week, so be prepared to get the scraper to get ice off the windshields.
Sunday: Lake effect snow persists throughout morning and some parts of the afternoon as it diminishes
Monday: Overcast conditions as a front moves through bringing snow and moving eastward
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy skies with windy conditions as a side effect from the front moving through
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy conditions with chances of a snow/rain mix in the evening hours
Thursday: Mostly cloudy as wintry mix persists
Friday: Mostly cloudy conditions with chance of lake effect snow
Saturday: Mostly cloudy conditions
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