A weak system moving through the Great Lakes region will bring light snow to northern Michigan Saturday night into Sunday.
Most accumulations will be only around an inch or two (if anything-the further north the less likely you are to see snow overnight), but the Central Lower may see closer to 2-3" by Sunday morning.
Saturday night will be cold, especially the further north you are, where cloud cover will clear out faster. Temperatures for most will be around zero to fifteen below, with a bit milder weather along the lakeshores, the cooler weather inland and in the E. U.P.
Winds will be out of the north at 5-15mph, turning more westerly Sunday.
Sunday will bring a mix of sun and clouds, and some light scattered snow showers. Highs for most will remain in the single digits. Bundle up heading to church, running errands, going out to eat, etc. because wind chills will have it feeling closer to -10 to -25. Remember to bring pets indoors and limit your time outside as well.
Sunday night will bring another round of cold temperatures - but the good news is we look to get back into the 20s heading into next weekend.