A number of counties across Northern Michigan woke up to a Wind Chill Advisory as cold temperatures along with a brisk wind led to a sub-zero start for many.
Wind Chill readings will be the main weather concern Friday as a steady brisk west or southwest wind will roll in and with temperatures only forecasted to be in the low/mid-teens Friday, Wind Chill readings will remain between 0 to -15F. Any light snow showers/flurries sweeping off of Lake Michigan will end with some peeks of sunshine expected Friday.
Generally speaking, the weather this weekend will stay on the quieter side of things. There is a light snow producing system that will sweep across mainly Central/Southern Michigan Saturday afternoon and evening but even that will not drop much snow, with 1-3" expected and almost all of that further downstate.
Through Tuesday, daytime high temperatures will continue to remain below normal with teens expected. We do rebound back into the 20's next Wednesday/Thursday.