Monday, highs will be in the upper 30s and low 40s. Along with the fog, there will be areas of drizzle. A better chance for light rain showers will move in the afternoon as a storm system moves up the east coast, pushing in some moist air back into the Great Lakes. By Monday night, there might be a little snow mixing in across the U.P. as temperatures cool back near freezing.
On Tuesday, there will be some lingering showers and snow showers before a new system will move in from the west. The timing as of now looks to be Tuesday night and into Wednesday. This will bring a mix of rain and snow that will turn to all snow during the night Tuesday. Some snow accumulations are likely.
This system will also bring more winter-like temperatures back into northern Michigan for the rest of the week. This too will kick back up the lake effect snow machine. Good news for those needing/wanting snow!
Today's Record Temperatures