Sunday December 10 2017

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SW Michigan Seven Day Forecast

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(Snowfall forecasts go out to 17 days )

Snow showers from time to time today. Accumulations will be an inch or less. Highs will be near 30 degrees.
Deepening low pressure will track through the Central Great Lakes Monday evening, producing snowfall accumulations of 2 to 3 inches across most areas. Temperatures in the high 20s to low 30s will allow snow to stick and lead to slippery conditions on the roads, as peak snowfall rates look to occur for the Monday evening commute. Strong northwest winds in excess of 30 MPH will usher in much colder air to the region for Tuesday.
Snow showers will continue today, most prevalent in the snowbelt areas across eastern Upper and northwest Lower Michigan. Heading into this evening, the snow showers should decrease a bit in coverage, but be prepared for some slick, snow-covered roads today and tonight.
Lake effect snowfall will increase across portions of the north-central and eastern U.P. through the morning hours and continue into the early to mid afternoon hours. Gusty winds along the Lake Superior shoreline may allow for patchy blowing snow today with visibilities dropping to a mile or less in the heavier snow bands. The next chance of heavier lake effect snow will be late Monday into Tuesday over the north to northwest wind favored snow belts. Plowable snowfall is possible over north-central portions of the U.P.


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