Sunday December 17 2017

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SW Michigan Seven Day Forecast

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(Snowfall forecasts go out to 17 days )

Temperatures will nudge upward again today with highs ranging from the upper 20s over Central Lower Michigan to the upper 30s around I-94.
A warm front will lift north into southern MI today bringing a slight chance of some light rain or snow or drizzle. Temperatures will warm quickly to above 32° for most locations ending the chance for frozen precipitation. Chance of rain/snow continues tonight as the front lingers over the area. Mostly dry conditions the rest of the week with above average temperatures as the cold air retreats north into Canada.
Fairly quiet weather will continue for the remainder of the weekend with just a few light snow showers or flurries around. Temperatures will moderate today with milder readings expected on Monday. A wintry mix Monday night into early Tuesday could result in icy roadways. Colder for midweek with mainly light lake effect snow. Low pressure may bring snow or mixed precipitation to the region Wednesday night through Friday.
Relatively quiet weather will continue tonight with a few snow showers expected across the Keweenaw Peninsula and patchy freezing drizzle late. Lows fill fall to the single digits across the eastern U.P. to near 20°F across the west.


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