Weather Updates from TV6 Meteorologists Karl Bohnak and Jennifer Perez
An upper level disturbance over the Great Lakes region helps continue the snow shower production over Upper Michigan Tuesday night through Wednesday morning. Steered by strong northerly winds from 10-20 mph, road visibility can reduce below one mile at times due to blowing and drifting snow. An additional 1-2″ of snow is possible over the Western U.P. Highlands through Wednesday morning. Adjust driving speed as needed due to slick road conditions. In addition, local river flooding plus icy patches are possible in areas of Houghton, Baraga, Marquette and Iron counties.
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Snow showers taper off, clouds clear and milder air gradually works in Wednesday as high pressure builds over the U.P. The cresting high pressure keeps rain chances minimal and mainly light in intensity Friday, until it breaks down in place of an approaching Central Plains system.
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy with lake effect snow showers early, then diminishing and becoming partly cloudy in the afternoon; cool
>Highs: Low 30s to Upper 40s (warmer in interior locations)
Thursday: Mostly sunny and mild
Friday: Partly to mostly cloudy with a chance of light rain showers, especially west; seasonal temperatures
Saturday: Mostly cloudy, warm and breezy
Sunday: Mostly cloudy with scattered rain, isolated thunderstorms and windy
Monday: Mostly cloudy with scattered rain showers and mild
Tuesday: Partly cloudy and mild
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