Today there is a chance of a little rain or drizzle across the Upper Peninsula. Temperatures will be in the mid to upper 40's. A cold front will pass through the area overnight tonight.
The cold front will cross through the Upper Peninsula Wednesday night into Thursday. We are looking to see precipitation late Thursday into Thursday night. At this point it appears accumulating snow will fall over roughly the southeastern two-thirds of Upper Michigan. If the scenario unfolds as expected, snowfall amounts would range from only a dusting in the far west to the Copper Country while an inch or two could fall in the central U.P. from near Iron River up through the Marquette area. Farther south and east several inches of wet snow is possible in places like Menominee, Escanaba and Manistique.
The weekend though is looking fairly nice with temperatures in the 30's and sun.
Today's Record Temperatures