Northern Michigan has a mix of sun and snow this upcoming week.
Low pressure located over the lower peninsula brought flurries to the area Friday morning - creating some slick roads. There wasn't much accumulation, and the system will push eastward and die out while high pressure moves in from Iowa/Minnesota.
The next system will touch off some very light snow showers Saturday. Most will just see some cloud cover, especially inland areas. The lower peninsula looks to pick up maybe an inch by Sunday morning, while the E. U.P. may see 2-3" total.
Some flurries may linger into Sunday, but most will stay dry.
High pressure will then build into the area and give northern Michigan a good few days to dry out - and see a little sunshine. It will also shift our winds to become more northerly and to calm them.
Afternoon highs will remain around 30 degrees, with partly to mostly cloudy skies, through Wednesday.
Our next chance of more snow will arrive Thursday.