Weather Updates from TV6 Meteorologists Karl Bohnak and Jennifer Perez
A storm system enters the Western U.P. Tuesday night, producing widespread snow and strong winds -- snow accumulations of 6″ or more possible into the Wednesday morning commute, creating slick roads plus low visibilities from blowing snow.
Following the Wednesday system is a transition to lake effect snow over the north wind belts Thursday, tapering off Friday. Then, a Canadian Prairies system brings another round of widespread snow Saturday, with snow chances continuing Sunday through Monday from the lake effect.
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy with widespread early and then mainly over the north wind belts into the evening; snow heavy at times with potential accumulations ranging from 3″ to 12″+ (increasing from south to north); patchy blowing snow possible; blustery with northeast winds gusting over 25 mph
>Highs: 20s then falling to the 10s in the afternoon
Thursday: Partly to mostly cloudy with lake effect snow over the north and northwest wind belts; blustery
Friday: Partly to mostly cloudy with lake effect snow showers over the north wind belts, then diminishing in the afternoon; cold
Saturday: Mostly cloudy with widespread snow showers in the afternoon; seasonably mild
Sunday and Monday: Partly to mostly cloudy with lake effect snow over the northwest wind belts; cold
>Highs: 0s to 10s
Tuesday: Variable cloudiness and cold
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