Patchy drizzle/fog Sunday night, with warming temperatures on Monday


Only a couple things to talk about for Sunday night. First, light snow will fall across the Upper Peninsula throughout the first half of the overnight. Accumulations will be on the order of an inch or less, so no major impacts expected. Second, isolated drizzle will be around most of the night - with temperatures slightly below freezing, some of this may freeze on contact. As of now, it doesn't appear there will be much drizzle around, but something to keep note of if traveling. The last thing for Sunday night is patchy fog developing as low-level moisture will be plentiful and winds will turn calm. Lows will range from 15-29 degrees, but will gradually increase towards daybreak.

For the most part, an uneventful Monday from the weather department. It will be another cloudy day, but it's possible we sneak out a few glimpses of sunshine once the patchy fog burns off. With winds shifting to the southwest, it will be a fairly 'warm' day across northern Michigan. Temperatures for almost all will climb above freezing, with some pushing towards the 40 degree mark.

The next chance for precipitation arrives Monday night, which will be mainly snow in the Upper Peninsula and a rain/snow mix for those in the Lower Peninsula (mainly north of M-72).

-Meteorologist Blake Hansen

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