Several Inches Of Snow Expected Sunday

Some snow coming to Michigan Wednesday, not a major event

Snow will continue overnight into the morning.

Saturday - A chance of snow before 1 p.m. As a result blowing and drifting snow will continue to be an issue on roadways. Timing is still a bit uncertain with one model developing the snow around 9pm and pushing out shortly after sunrise while other models have the snow developing around midnight and lasting through midday Sunday. Winds of 10 to 20 miles per hour may cause some blowing snow Saturday night into the day Sunday. It should taper off for the whole state around 10 a.m.

Wichita public works director Alan King said Friday that all 60 snowplows will be prepared to go into service on city streets, where they would also spread sand and salt. The most impacted areas are expected to fall north of the Detroit-Ann Arbor line.

Highs will warm into the 20s on Monday, the 40s on Wednesday.

As the system pulls up into Canada, it will bring down colder air. It looks like the brunt of this storm will stay to our north, meaning our best chance for precip will be rain, with snow staying to the north. We'll bring you the latest as it becomes available.

"Tonight: Snow, leaving 2-4" possible. Wind: N 10-20 miles per hour.

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SATURDAY: Snow ends 9 am - noon, mostly cloudy. Frostbite can occur in as little as 30 minutes when wind chills are below negative 15 degrees. North wind 5 to 10 miles per hour.

FRIDAY: Partly cloudy, breezy, and mild.

In fact, most of the rest of the week is expected to be below freezing, the exception being Friday, when the high is forecast to be near 41. Friday night clears out a bit, with partly cloudy skies and temperatures turning cool and getting down to around 60°.

Temperatures across the Northeast will hover close to the freezing mark so that the snow will be more of the heavy, wet type.

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