An Alberta Clipper brings light snow overnight into Sunday morning, but will give way to more sunshine in the afternoon before the next system arrives.
Accumulations Sunday morning look to be around an inch, if that, and the majority of the snow will be over by lunch. Cloud cover will diminish and we'll see some sunshine to end the day. Highs Sunday will remain in the teens for most, but with northerly winds at 5-10mph we'll have a wind chill of 0 to -15 degrees.
Sunday night will be cold. With skies partially clearing, temps will drop to around 0 degrees.
Monday we'll wake up to a little sun, but cloud cover will increase during the early morning hours, and the first snow showers will begin in the E. U.P. and along the Lake Michigan side mid-morning. As snow showers spread across the area, many will have snowy conditions heading out to lunch and on the commute home. Snow showers will wind down during the evening hours and overnight into Tuesday. Accumulations look to be on the 3-4" range, but we'll keep an eye on it - the track of the low pressure can change our snowfall totals.
Temperatures Monday will be the start of our warming trend as we're up around 20. Tuesday highs jump into the 30s, and we'll see some sun. This will be the case also on Wednesday. Thursday brings another system through, but we'll be in the upper 30s to low 40s temperature-wise which will cause us to see some rain mixed with the snow.