Freezing drizzle this evening and overnight will turn over to a light snow by Wednesday morning; we will have slick roads and slippery surfaces around Mid-Michigan tonight and Wednesday morning.
There is a Winter Weather Advisory in place for the entire Lower Peninsula effective from 7pm Tuesday to 10am Wednesday; drivers should expect icy roads and a poor morning commute.
The clouds and wind will be on the decrease Wednesday morning followed by a mostly sunny afternoon with highs in the mid to upper 20s.
We will see more light snow Thursday night with less than one inch accumulation.
Temperatures will start to dive on Saturday with snow showers, windy conditions and cloudy skies; accumulations of 1 to 4 inches will be possible, the heaviest snowfall is expected around the I-69 Corridor.
There will be some lingering snow showers on Sunday, especially for the Thumb region, along with temperatures around 10 degrees, but strong winds will produce subzero wind chills all day long.
There will be some more snow showers on Tuesday with light accumulation and highs near 20 degrees.
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Today's Record Temperatures