We had a nearly 40-degree spread of high temperatures in Lower Michigan Monday. Benton Harbor had a high of 74°, while Northern Lower Michigan had highs in the mid 30s. Much of the day there was a combination of snow and freezing rain across the U.P. and N. Lower Michigan.
This was north of Iron Mt. Monday around midday. The snow was pretty much melting on the roads, but accumulating on the grass. Marquette has had at least a trace of snowfall on 10 of the last 14 days.
SPC has taken much of West Michigan out of the Marginal Risk Area for tonight. There is still a marginal risk north of a line from Muskegon to Big Rapids. That’s mostly for isolated hail.