Snow on the way for Michigan

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MICHIGAN. —  An unusually cold upper air pattern will bring some very chilly air to the state, and some snow. Most of the snow will fall across the Upper Peninsula and northern lower Michigan.

Future Track Tue. 7 PM

Future Track Tue. 7 PM

Rain showers are expected on Tuesday  for lower Michigan with  rain changing to  snow in the Upper Peninsula.

Future Track 1 AM Wednesday

Future Track 1 AM Wednesday

Colder air will slide into the state by late Tuesday night and the rain will mix with and change to snow  over parts of West  Michigan.

Future Track Wednesday 7 PM

The rain/snow mix will continue over lower Michigan  on Wednesday with all snow over the Upper Peninsula. The precipitation will end by later Wednesday night.

Snowfall Forecast for Tuesday/Wednesday

Snowfall Forecast for Tuesday/Wednesday

Since ground temperatures are fairly warm, most areas in West Michigan will see little of any accumulation. Some spots north  of U.S. might see a trace to  an inch. Higher elevations in northern lower Michigan could see 1-2 inches, while 2-4 inches is possible in the western and central Upper Peninsula.

Check out the latest forecast at:

https://fox17online.com/weather/

 

 

 

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