The mercury is headed for the mid 20s overnight under mostly cloudy skies; winds of 5-15 mph will create wind chills in the teens.
Thursday will be mostly cloudy and breezy with winds of 10-20 with some higher gusts from the west; there will be lake effect snow along the western shoreline of the Lower Peninsula.
Some of that snow will reach Mid-Michigan, primarily our northern and western counties where they could see some minor accumulation most likely under an inch.
Temperatures will only top out near 30 degrees, but winds of 10-20 mph with keep wind chills in the teens for much of the day.
The winds are expected to subside on Friday, but we may still see some snow showers in Mid-Michigan, primarily Roscommon and Clare counties with possible accumulation near 1 inch.
Afternoon temperatures will continue to trend in the lower 30s and upper 20s through next Monday while overnight lows hover in the lower 20s and teens.
The mercury will drop even further on Tuesday while the winds pick up making it feel quite cold all across the Mitten State.
Stay tuned to NBC25 & FOX66 on air and online for continuing updates on the upcoming snow storm and the expected snowfall totals.
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Today's Record Temperatures