Tonight rain showers around northern Michigan...mixed with snow and sleet in the northern Lower Peninsula and in the Upper Peninsula. Overnight lows will be 25 to 38 degrees. Look out for wet roads...and in spots tonight ice could form on the roads. Wind northeast 5-15 mph.
Early Saturday morning ice could form on some roads. Be especially careful in the northern Lower Peninsula from around Gaylord northward to the bridge and eastward from Gaylord to Alpena. More rain showers are expected in the Lower...but sleet and snow could be mixed in with the rain in the northern Lower during the morning. In the Upper Peninsula...the sun should break thru the clouds. Temperatures will climb above freezing for all of northern Michigan thru the day. Highs will range from the middle 30s in the U.P. to middle 40s south of Cadillac. Wind will gust over 20 mph from the northeast.
Saturday night more scattered rain showers...but as temperatures fall look for ice to build up in the northern Lower and Upper Peninsula. Low temperatures will range from the middle 20s to the north near Sault Ste. Marie...to middle 30s from around Gaylord southward.
Sunday will be cloudy and rainy. Daytime highs will be in the middle to upper 30s in the U.P...and range from 38 around Cheboygan to middle 50s near Ludington. The morning hours are the concern. While temperatures are near 32 degrees...look for freezing rain Sunday morning. Ice will accumulate on the roads and on the trees Sunday morning until temperatures climb above 32 degrees. Wind from the east gusting over 20 mph.
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