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Nuisance showers continue today, particularly along the coastlines of Northern Lower, while skies could stay mostly clear for Eastern Upper. Decreased cloudiness through the afternoon hours will lead to a mostly clear to partly cloudy night, this along with fairly light winds will produce cold temperatures…in the upper teens to mid 20s.
The weather this weekend begins to look a little more active Saturday into Sunday. At this time, rain chances appear to begin Saturday evening from north to south. Stay tuned for the latest information as we get closer.
A cold front moves through the region on early Sunday morning. Rain will mix with and change to snow Sunday into Sunday night. Light accumulations are expected, with the higher amounts expected over portions of northwest lower Michigan. West to Northwest winds of 15 to 25 mph with gusts up to 35 to 45+ mph possible, especially near the lakeshores of the Great Lakes.