National Weather Service United States Department of Commerce

A blast of arctic air will arrive on Friday, settling over the Upper Great Lakes through the weekend. Nighttime temperatures in the single digits to teens below zero will be common across northern Michigan, producing wind chills of -10 to -30 at times through Monday morning. Daytime highs on Sunday will struggle to even climb out of the single digits above zero.
A clipper system will swing a weak cold front through the area tonight, bringing a slight uptick to snowfall. Accumulations should be light and confined to mainly eastern upper and northwestern lower Michigan. Temperatures today will be normal for this time of year, but will steadily decline into the weekend. Saturday and Sunday will have the coldest temperatures for the season.