A storm is moving across the middle part of the continent. It's a big one...producing blizzard conditions on the north end in Canada and strong thunderstorms on the southern end in the Ohio Valley. In northern Michigan we'll get mostly rain in the Lower Peninsula and mostly snow in the Upper Peninsula.
So, tonight and Friday look out for slippery road conditions. Any rain that falls could freeze onto roads or power lines overnight. A Winter Weather Advisory...which is really a travel advisory...is in effect for the southern half of the Lower Peninsula. In Luce County in the Upper Peninsula and westward toward Marquette, several inches of snow will fall thru Friday evening.
As the storm moves away from us and the temperature falls, Friday night and Saturday morning light snow showers are possible anywhere in northern Michigan. Sunday...sunshine!
Most highs Friday and Saturday will stay in the 30s. On Sunday we're expecting highs in the 40s.
Wind will gust over 25 on Friday and over 30 at times on Saturday. It will be light on Sunday.