Early season winter storm will hit Upper Michigan Sunday through Tuesday


Rain showers, locally mixed with light snow, will continue tonight and Sunday. Snow accumulation should stay within an inch or less of this activity. Highs in the 30s and 40s are expected on Sunday.

Starting Sunday evening, an early season winter storm will impact Upper Michigan as a low pressure system stalls just to our east. Widespread snowfall of 3 to 6 inches is expected through Tuesday, with 6 to 12 inches for higher elevations – possibly even more for the Michigamme Highlands of western Marquette and eastern Counties. baraga. Meanwhile, areas south of a line from Iron River to Escanaba, the Garden Peninsula and the northern tip of the Keweenaw Peninsula toward Copper Harbor are expected to see 1 to 3 inches of snow at most. Very high winds are also expected from this system, with gusts that can exceed 45 mph, which can cause scattered trees to fall and power outages.

Tonight: Mostly cloudy, with a chance of light rain and flurries. Any buildup should remain an inch or less.

>Low: 30s

Sunday: Mainly cloudy, with lake effect rain showers likely, sometimes mixed with flurries. Breezy, with wind gusts to 20 mph at times.

>Treble: 30 s and 40 s

Monday: Snow likely, with Lake Superior improving. It will be windy, with gusts to 45 mph possible, which will lead to areas of blowing snow.

>Treble: about 30

Tuesday: Mostly cloudy, with snow likely and more of a mix in eastern UP Windy, with gusts to 45 mph possible, leading to areas of blowing snow.

>Treble: 30s

Wednesday: Mostly cloudy, with a few possible flurries early.

>Treble: 30s

Thursday: Rather cloudy.

>Treble: 40s

Friday: Partly cloudy.

>Treble: 50s

Saturday: Partly cloudy.

> Treble: 60s


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