Saturday morning we will see more lake effect bands of snow. The heavier totals will be another 2 or 3 inches in some towns west of I-75 in the Lower Peninsula. As the wind shifts thru the day the lake effect pattern breaks down. However, any of us at any time could see a light snow shower. Sky stays very cloudy. Wind will be turning from northwest to west...and blow 5 to 15 mph. Daytime highs will stay in the 20s.
Saturday night...light scattered snow until around midnight...then a widespread area of snow crosses Lake Michigan from Wisconsin. From late Saturday night thru the day Sunday another 5+ inches of snow will fall...but this snow on Sunday will not be lake effect confined to a few bands. This is a widespread snow on Sunday. All of us in the Lower Peninsula could get several inches of new snow. Lighter amounts are expected in the Upper Peninsula, but all of us in northern Michigan will see more snow on the roads. The wind will turn to the southeast and during the afternoon and evening gust over 20 mph.
Monday will be mostly cloudy, but a little sun will come thru the clouds at times. It will be slightly warmer...highs will range from the middle 20s to lower 30s. And we will see more scattered snow showers.
Today's Record Temperatures