Lake effect snows wind down and we see more sunshine for Sunday.
High pressure builds into the Great Lakes, giving us a bit of a break from the snow.
Despite lots of sunshine, high temperatures Sunday will remain in the mid teens to mid 20s, and southwest winds at 5-10mph will give a wind chill of near zero to ten below.
An Alberta Clipper edges it's way in very late Sunday night, bringing scattered snow showers-especially to the E. U.P. Going throughout Monday, we see scattered snow for the northernmost counties and more of a mix for the Central Lower. This leads into a cloudy, snowy Tuesday as the low crosses the straits.
We're also watching a low pressure that will form in the plains for Friday.