Since Thursday evening, several spots across northern Michigan have picked up some impressive snowfall totals! A few areas have seen close to 2 feet of snow. Areas that have not been in the lake effect snow bands have hardly seen any snow. For those wanting more snow, they will get their wish as more snow is on the way for all of Michigan Sunday.
A new system moving in from the Plains will bring snow to northern Michigan starting early Sunday morning and will continue through the entire day bringing more accumulating snow to the area. The heaviest snow will be for those south of M-55 where a general 3-6 inches is expected. Areas north of there will see around 1-4 with locally higher amount for those near the Lake Huron shoreline.
A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect from 7am Sunday until 7am Monday. Roads will be slick and visibility will be reduced at times during the day.
Once this system moves out, there will be some lingering lake effect snow.
Temperatures next week will plummet to teen for daytime highs and single digits for lows.
Today's Record Temperatures