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Lake Effect Snow Diminishes Through Saturday Morning

Lake effect snow coverage and intensity are expected to gradually diminish overnight through Saturday morning. However, gusty winds will continue to lead to blowing and drifting snow as well as near-zero visibility at times, creating hazardous travel conditions. Be careful when traveling!  Read More >

Moderate to heavy lake effect snow continues across portions of northern Michigan. The heaviest snow is expected this afternoon and evening. Use caution when traveling! Turn on headlights so others can see you!
Lake effect snow to continue through tonight, although coverage and intensity should diminish overnight. Gusty winds will again create blowing/drifting snow and hazardous travel.
Strong sustained northwest winds will keep the lakeshore flooding risk going until winds begin to diminish overnight.
Latest trends suggest temperatures will be above normal to start March. While occasional precipitation chances exist through this time frame, any snow may turn to more of a wintry mix or even fall as all rain at times.
Parts of Northern Michigan may not see flowers for a while yet…but the warmer weather Sunday will make it feel a little like spring. Meteorological spring includes March, April, and May.