More snow showers are in the forecast for Sunday and into the workweek.
Low pressure near the east coast is causing more lake effect snows to fall along the Lake Huron side and easternmost part of the U.P. These locations will see another 2-3" overnight tonight, while elsewhere most will get less than 1". Easterly winds will stay up through the night at 5-20mph, so visibility will remain reduced and drifting may occur.
The first low pressure system will work its way across the E. U.P. eastward Sunday. This will cause our winds to shift to become more northwesterly. We'll see scattered snow showers throughout the day with lake effect locations seeing the most accumulate - totals look to be between 1-4" throughout the day on Sunday, with the E. U.P. and along Lake Michigan/inland seeing the most. NW winds will be at 10-25mph, with gusts around 30mph, so expect another day of some rough road conditions.
Monday we'll see some sunshine, but also more scattered snow showers. The next low pressure system will make its way through the L.P. heading into Tuesday, so we'll see more accumulating snow but also start our warm up.
Afternoon high temperatures will get back up into the 20s and 30s for the mid-week, and we'll be so warm Friday wintry mix is in the forecast.