While we still have a chance of a snow shower, flurries or a period of light snow today (Sun.) or Monday here in S Lower MI – it wouldn’t amount to much. However, more significant snow is likely in Northern Michigan.
A Winter Weather Advisory is out thru this (Sun.) PM for Antrim, Otsego, Kalkaska, Crawford and Charlevoix Counties for 3-5″ of snow. The Advisory for W. Mackinac and W. Chippewa Counties is for 2-4″ of new snow and the Advisory for Alger, Luce and N Schoolcraft Counties is for 3-6″ of new snow.
Here’s expected snowfall from Sunday thru Tuesday (Nov. 28-30). This is lake-effect and lake-enhanced snowfall downwind from the Great Lakes. Mountain (orographic) snow is likely down into West Virginia and in some mountain areas of the Northwest U.S.
ALSO: Here comes the train. Winter sunset at Portage Lake, Maine. Sun halo and sun dogs. Heavy snow along the border of France and Spain. 15 ships locked in ice in the Russian Arctic. Very strong winds across the United Kingdom on Saturday. The highest wind gust overnight in North Yorkshire was at an amateur radio shack that overlooks Settle. The station sits at around 470m asl and recorded a gust of 110 mph. Nice sunrise in MO. Nice rainbow. Anyone want some beach volleyball? Trees down in England. Up to a foot of new snow in NY.