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      More snowmelt than snowfall

      Upper Michigan still has a long way to go before we get back to an average amount of snowfall, but we did get some snow to help out on Sunday. Gogebic County has been getting the most with some isolated spots receiving about two to five inches.

      That snow will continue through the afternoon on Sunday, but as winds shift out of the west and then south behind high pressure, it will end. Skies should become mostly clear by Sunday night. Highs will be in the upper 20s and lows will fall mainly into the 10s, but inland will see lows in the single digits. Those lows will be seen earlier than normal as winds will start to really pick up out of the south early Monday morning.

      Monday is the first of several days that will be noticeably warmer. With those strong winds out of the south, highs will jump into the mid 30s. Just about all of the UP should see a high above freezing. Skies will be mostly sunny.

      Monday night will be mild with lows mainly in the 20s thanks to continued strong south winds. Skies will become cloudier, however, with an incoming cold front.

      A cold front passes on Tuesday, but it won't make us any colder as another warm front passes almost immediately after. Tuesday's highs will likely be one or two degrees higher than Monday with more winds out of the south. There should be plenty of sunshine, but clouds roll in later with a low pressure center.

      Tuesday night's lows will only fall into the 20s, but some scattered snow showers are likely into Wednesday. More significant snowfall is looking likely for Thursday into next weekend. Thursday is looking warmest in the upper 30s, and it won't get into seasonably cold temperatures again until Saturday.

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