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      Possible spring storm no joking matter

      Light snow is still forecast, mainly for western Upper Michigan through Tuesday evening. Limited accumulation is expected before the center of low pressure pulls away overnight. Plan on one to two inches over the western U.P. before things clear out. Strong south/southeast winds will become westerly/northwesterly Tuesday evening. Peak wind gusts could exceed 40 MPH before diminishing through the overnight hours.

      Tranquil, cool weather will prevail Wednesday and Thursday as high pressure builds into the region to provide mainly tranquil but cool weather Wednesday and Thursday. Daytime highs will run through the 30s. Overnight lows will dip into the teens.

      Weâ??ve had our eye on the next low pressure system, which could bring more widespread wet heavy snow to Upper Michigan. As it looks now the low would sweep from the southern plains, across central Lower Michigan through Friday. Much of Upper Michigan would be in the sweet spot for several inches of wet snow. Some forecast models have painted a swath of more than a foot of snow over portions of the forecast area. Since weâ??re several days out, details on this next spring storm still need to be ironed out. Temperatures will rebound towards average again Sunday into the first part of next week.Check our social media pages and tune in to TV6 through the rest of this week for details as we fine tune our forecast!