Passing low pressure will bring most across northern Michigan accumulating snowfall Sunday night.
Some in the Northwest Lower will wake up to a few inches on the ground Sunday morning. We'll see a little sunshine early in the morning, but cloud cover will increase during the day.
Snow showers will make their way in late afternoon/early evening and spread across the area overnight.
Accumulation amounts look to be between 1-4" Sunday night. The morning commute Monday may be impacted. Winds will be breezy Monday and Tuesday, generally westerly, at 10-20mph with gusts in the 30s. This will cause blowing snow and low visibilities, and snow-covered roads at times.
Monday will bring another 2-3" in accumulation for the typical lake effect areas in the E U.P. and Northern Lower.
As multiple other systems move through, we will keep snow in the forecast throughout the week. Some lake effect snows could be heavy at times.
The cold weather is sticking with us this week too. Highs will remain in the teens and twenties, lows in the single digits. Factor in a wind chill, and it's going to feel a lot closer to zero or ten below.