Although we started off Saturday with clouds and light snow across northern Michigan, the clouds will diminish tonight and as skies clear, we may see records broken.
A lingering cold front has touched off light snow showers that are still lingering this evening for inland areas toward Lake Huron for the lower peninsula. They are going to come to an end as high pressure moves in, clears our skies out, and calms our winds.
This will let inland areas drop to some single digits, and elsewhere looking to linger in the teens for the most part. It's definitely a night to bundle up and cuddle up, and grab the jacket if you're headed out early Sunday morning! For comparison, normal lows this time of year are in the low and mid 30s.
We'll keep those clearer skies around to start Sunday, but clouds will build in throughout the afternoon. If you're in the Central Lower, you may have a passing light shower, but the main rain event will move in late-night for the E. U.P. High temperatures Sunday will range from around 40 degrees in the E. U.P. to around 50 degrees in the Central Lower. It'll be breezy - winds out of the SE at 10-15mph with gusts in the mid 20s possible.