Gradually increasing clouds from the southeast
Light snow late
HIGH: Near 20
WINDS: SE 5-15 mph
SUNRISE 7:41 a.m.
SUNSET 6:12 p.m.
WHAT WE’RE TRACKING
Increasing Clouds Sunday
Light Snow Sunday Night and Monday (Widespread 1″ Possible)
Gradually Warming Temperatures
SUNDAY Some sunshine will likely be poking through some high clouds through Sunday morning, but it will become overcast through the day with a chance of a little light snow in the late afternoon. The best chance of snow before nightfall will be in the southwest corner of the state down toward Berrien Co. Highs will be near 20, with a cool southeast wind at 10-15 mph.
MONDAY-TUESDAY We’ll be cloudy Sunday night and Monday with light snow likely, maybe an inch or two. There could be slick spots. Temperatures will hold steady near 20 Sunday night and then head back near average in the low 30s Monday PM. Winds will be SE shifting to SW at 5-15 mph on Monday. Tuesday looks mostly cloudy with a chance of a few light snow showers with highs in the mid 30s.
REST OF THE WEEK Cooler air will push in on Weds. and that may touch off a few morning light snow showers, but skies should become partly sunny. Winds will be W-NW at 10-15 mph. Thursday we’ll see increasing cloudiness, but probably a dry day. Friday the warm air makes a run into Lower Michigan. Temperatures could reach the mid 40s with a chance of a rain shower. We’ll fall back to highs near 40 for next Saturday and Sunday, but certainly a milder pattern. It should be rather windy Friday and Saturday.
Check out Bill’s Blog. Bill looks back on the famous cold snap of 1899. Today (Sun.) is the anniversary of the coldest temp. EVER in G.R. at -24. He also looks ahead to warmer weather late this week.