Persistent high pressure is producing mostly clear to partly cloudy skies overnight in Upper Michigan, with isolated flurries in the east through Friday morning. Extremely cold temperatures of -10s to 0s overnight, then warming up to 20s/30s in the afternoon. A mostly to partly sunny Friday in the UP before a winter storm brought freezing conditions this weekend.
The Colorado low pressure system brings a general mix of precipitation to Upper Michigan with snow and sleet late Friday, changing to freezing rain and non-freezing rain Saturday afternoon, then flurries around Sunday afternoon. Road travel will be significantly impacted due to slippery and icy road conditions, puddles forming during non-freezing rain events, as well as poor driving visibility due to gusty winds.
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Friday: Mainly sunny then increasing cloud with a chance of snow and ice pellets late in western UP; costs
> Highs: 20s to less than 30s
Saturday: Mainly cloudy with a moderate to strong winter mix, changing to freezing rain and non-freezing rain in the afternoon; of storm
Sunday: Mainly cloudy with a moderate to heavy winter mix, changing to snow throughout the day; snow accumulations of 1 to 7″, with amounts greater than 7″ on the western highlands; of storm
Monday: Partly cloudy with isolated lake-effect snow showers in the morning over northwest wind belts; seasonal temperatures
Tuesday: Partly cloudy then gradual cloud with a chance of snow in the evening; seasonal sweet
Wednesday and Thursday: Mainly cloudy with scattered snow showers; of storm
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