Fog and a low cloud deck over Mid-Michigan this morning that will reduce visibility from time to time through the morning commute.
Showers should be done by the lunch hour while temperatures warm to the lower half of the 40s under cloudy skies.
Our daytime highs are going to gradually cool all week long; Wednesday's highs will still hit the low to mid 40s with scattered showers throughout much of the day.
There could be some snow showers during the morning hours of Thursday followed by a wintry mix for the afternoon while temperatures warm to the mid to upper 30s.
Our chance of snow starts to increase on Friday when daytime highs only hit the low to mid 30s with northwest winds trying to generate lake effect snow along the west side of the state.
Those lake effect snow showers will continue into Saturday and Sunday bringing us a chance of light snow for the weekend.
If none of the snowfall melts, we could have a snowfall total of 3 to 4 inches by Sunday.
Stay tuned to the StormReady forecast on air and online for any changes and updates and be sure to download the StormReady Weather app so you have the forecast and radar on the go.
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