High pressure takes over the Great Lakes region, giving pleasant weather until our next system arrives Saturday.
Although a few clouds lingered for the E. U.P. and inland towards Lake Huron this morning -along with a few flurries- the snow action will be short lived and we'll be dry by sunrise. The clouds will stick around a bit longer, but those areas will see some sunshine for the afternoon.
Elsewhere, expect lots of sunshine with highs in the upper 30s to mid 40s. Winds will be out of the NW at about 5-15mph. Hopefully you have the chance to get outside!
The nice weather will last through Friday and into the start of Saturday (great for traveling!), but then things will change. Sunshine to start Saturday, but clouds build in during the afternoon and rain showers enter from the west around dinner-time thanks to an incoming cold front.
Overnight into Easter Sunday, we expect the rain to change over to wintry mix. Lots of cloud cover for Sunday, and if you do have outdoor plans it may be a good idea to put a back-up in place.
Monday will bring highs around 30 and lake effect snow. We may see some accumulation out of this system, so we'll continue to keep you updated as lake effect is expected to linger into Tuesday.