Look for significant warming ahead of strong low pressure dropping into the Great Lakes from the northwest. However behind the low, colder air will filter in Sunday night and especially Monday. Temperatures will trend below to much below average next week.
There is a chance of mainly light snow across much of Upper Michigan as the low approaches and then settles overhead Sunday into Sunday night. Accumulations will range from a dusting in far southern sections to an inch or two in the north. High temperatures Sunday will warm up to the mid to upper 30s U.P.-wide.
As the low drifts eastward, colder air will filter in. Light snow and flurries will transition to lake enhanced snow initially Sunday night over the north-wind snow belts of the west and then farther east into north-central Upper Michigan around Marquette during Monday. Moderate to possibly heavy accumulations of snow are likely in these areas into Tuesday. Elsewhere, look for lighter snow and flurries. Temperatures will hold steady or fall Monday from morning highs in the 20s to lower 30s south. Highs on Tuesday will only reach the teens to near 20 over the south.
Today's Record Temperatures