Thursday December 14 2017

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SW Michigan Seven Day Forecast

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(Snowfall forecasts go out to 17 days )

A quieter weather day is expected today with partly cloudy skies and a few snow showers. The snow showers will be most prevalent towards Lake Michigan. Some light accumulations are possible towards the lake where any snowfall will be less than an inch. It will be cold with highs ranging from the upper teens to lower 20s.
Cold weather will persist for the rest of the week with high temperatures of only 15 to 20 degrees today. A clipper system will bring the potential for snow squalls on Friday with an inch or two of new snow quite possible in some locations. Temperatures will do no better than the mid 20s through Saturday.
Light lake effect snow expected mainly near Lakes Michigan and Superior today, but snowfall intensity will ramp up heading into tonight and Friday. Significant snowfall will be possible between tonight and midnight Friday night for portions of northwest Lower MI and near Whitefish Bay. Expect difficult driving conditions beginning overnight tonight.
Light to at times moderate lake effect, especially east of Marquette near Lake Superior, will continue through the morning and early afternoon. Late today into the overnight hours, heavier lake effect snow is expected to develop across the northwest wind belts.


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