SUNDAY NIGHT: For most, quiet conditions will continue this evening into tonight as high pressure across Canada exerts its influence on N. Michigan. The exception will be along & south of M-55, as a system traveling through the Ohio Valley spreads scattered snow showers across Lower Michigan. Accumulations will be minor, an inch or less. Skies will remain cloudy, helping low temperatures to stay above 0F. Lows will range between the single digits to the lower 10s under a northeast to north wind.
MONDAY: High pressure will drift across the Great Lakes throughout the day, meaning very little in the way of sensible weather for us. An isolated lake effect snow shower is still possible, but it will be the exception rather than the rule. Clouds coverage will gradually decrease throughout the day, with at least partial sunshine expected by the afternoon. Daytime temperatures will range from the 10s to lower 20s under a light north wind.
TUESDAY: Outside of minor lake effect near the Lake Michigan/Superior shoreline, another quiet day is expected Tuesday. Winds will gradually turn to the southwest, allowing temperatures to settle mostly into the 20s.
WEDNESDAY ONWARD: The best chance for accumulating snow will be Wednesday as a storm system brushes across the Great Lakes. At this point, a couple inches of snow seems likely, but nothing that will cause large impacts. For Thursday and Friday, another surge of high pressure settles over N. Michigan with little in the way of big time snow. High temperatures will gradually warm into the 30s by Friday.
-Meteorologist Blake Hansen
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