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Drifting snow could be problem Thursday AM

Photo Courtesy: Christel Schwarz in Bellaire

Wind gust to 30 mph from the southwest will blow the snow around tonight. Look out for drifting on the roads. Mostly cloudy sky. Lows 15-25 degrees.

Cloudy much of Thursday...and we'll get some passing snow showers. It will be widely scattered, and light. It's not lake effect...but a passing clipper, so we all have a chance for a shower...not just those in the lake effect zones. Highs 25 to 35 so a little warmer than Wednesday. Wind 10-20 mph from the southwest.

Thursday night...mostly cloudy...wind 5-15 mph from the southwest. Lows 15 to 25 degrees.

Friday will be a little warmer than Thursday. Highs 32 to 42 degrees around northern Michigan. Wind 15-25 mph from the west. The sky will be mostly cloudy...so a little, but not much sunshine.

Saturday will be cloudy much of the day. Highs climb a little more...from 35 to 45 degrees.

Sunday...keep an eye on. Highs will be in the 30s. Precipitation will move into the state...and it's not going to be bands of lake effect. It will spread all across the region. It will start as rain in the Lower Peninsula...and as a mix of rain and snow in the Upper Peninsula. As temperatures fall Sunday evening...Monday, too...look for rain mixed with snow in the Lower...and mostly snow showers in the U.P. Amounts of rain and snow could be significant. Roads will be getting wet on Sunday...but depending on the exact track of the storm and the falling temperatures...Monday could be a problem for travelers.

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