Scattered snow flurries will linger in spots through Sunday night as our clipper system continue to depart off to the east. Blustery winds that accompanied the clipper will begin to weaken and taper off tonight. Temperatures will continue to warm to above average reading for the first half of the week with highs back in the 40s.
Monday will quiet with gradually increasing clouds through the day. Highs will be in the mid 30s to low 40s. Even warmer temperatures will arrive Tuesday as a warm front lifts into northern Michigan. Many towns will once again see highs near 50 degrees.
With the warmer weather Tuesday, a new storm system from the Plains will lift into the region. Initially Tuesday we will see scattered showers more of a rain/snow mix variety before turning to all rain by the afternoon and evening. Colder air will then spill back in Wednesday allowing the rain showers to transition back in to snow.
Temperatures for the last bit of the work week will be in the 20s with lake effect snow showers. Highs will get warmer again to near 40 next weekend.
Today's Record Temperatures