Temperatures hold steady but remain colder than normal this week

Courtesy: Melissa Robbins/Petoskey

A little light snow will fall late Tuesday night into Wednesday with temperatures remaining below early February normals this week.

Northern Michigan will miss out for the most part of a storm system passing well south of the area, but a little bit of light snow is possible late Tuesday night into Wednesday.

Another chilly morning to start our Tuesday with temperatures slowly climbing into the teens by the afternoon. Outside of a few passing lake effect snow showers Tuesday we expect partly to mostly cloudy skies with a west breeze.

We mentioned the passing storm system south of the region. The bulk of messy weather will be across Indiana/Ohio late Tuesday night into Wednesday, but parts of the Northern and Central Lower Michigan could pick up an inch or two of snow Tuesday night into Wednesday.

Wednesday will be mostly cloudy. In the Lower Peninsula look for passing snow showers. Highs 15 to 25 degrees.

Thursday will be another mostly cloudy day. The chance for your seeing snow anywhere around the region is high. It won't snow all day, but a large area of snow will pass thru the Great Lakes we all could see some snow. Highs 12 to 22 degrees.

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