Updated: 9:00 PM
Updated: 9:00 PM
*SPRING HAS OFFICIALLY STARTED!
*Few Flurries Tonight/Tomorrow
Tonight: Some Clouds with a Few Flurries
Those in the U.P. turn partly cloudy to clear with lows in the teens.
Much of the L.P. is on the cloudier side on times with nothing more than a few flurries.
Don’t look for any problems from the flurries. :)
Lows for the L.P. are in the 20s to low 30s.
Tomorrow: Some L.P. Flurries - Less Wind
Once again there will be a contrast across the region.
The U.P. is dry with sun and clouds with highs in the low 30s.
The L.P. has more clouds at times with some flurries at times.
A couple of snow showers are possible but what falls won’t be significant.
Winds are E/NE at 5-15 mph.
Clouds thicken Tuesday with some rain and snow developing after midnight.
Wednesday: AM Snow or Rain
Morning rain is likely for the L.P. with snow for the U.P.
A little slushy accumulation is possible but nothing significant is expected.
The afternoon is looking cloudy but dry.
Highs remain in the mid-30s to upper 40s.
Thursday and Friday: Cooling Down a Little
Clouds and showers linger Thursday morning but the afternoon is dry but cooler.
Highs fall into the upper 20s to low 40s, with the 40s only in the Central Lower.
Friday is back to sun and clouds with highs of 33 to 43 degrees.
This Weekend: Snow then Quiet
Saturday is featuring a system passing through.
It will be cold enough for mostly snow with accumulations possible.
The system is gone Sunday featuring a day of sun and clouds.
Highs will warm into the upper 30s to upper 40s.
Snow So Far & Average - 3/20/23
City Season Normal
Houghton Lake 56.4″ 58.9″
Sault Ste. Marie 135.7″ 108″
Gaylord 140.8″ 134.7″
Traverse City 100.5″ 93.6″
West Branch 43.3″ 48.5″
Petoskey 105.3″ 116.3″
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