Weather Updates from TV6 Meteorologists Karl Bohnak and Jennifer Perez
A cold frontal system enters the U.P. from the northwest Sunday, delivering a chance of snow showers and freezing drizzle mainly over the west and northern counties of the Upper Peninsula. Light accumulation expected from the precipitation due to a shallow depth of moisture with the system. A cold north wind takes over Sunday evening, keeping Lake Superior-effect snow chances possible along the north wind belts overnight and into Monday morning. A drier and milder trend takes over midweek with a building high pressure ridge over the region. An atmospheric disturbance Wednesday may produce a few rain showers. The high pressure is expected to break eastward towards the weekend, with snow in the U.P. forecast come Saturday.
Sunday: Increasing cloudiness with a chance of afternoon snow and freezing drizzle mainly over the western and northern counties
Monday: Partly cloudy with a chance of morning snow showers over the north wind belts
Tuesday: Partly cloudy
Wednesday: Mix of clouds and sun with a slight chance of rain; mild
Thursday: Partly cloudy
Friday: Mostly cloudy
Saturday: Cloudy and cold with a chance of snow
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