A Winter Weather Advisory remains in effect until 10 pm. Strong winds and lake-effect snow showers will cause slippery spots on roads this Monday PM/night. We have seen gusts of 40-50 mph especially at Lake Michigan. Lake-effect snow showers and flurries will continue through the day. Accumulations will be in the 1-3″ range, but strong winds may cause some drifting snow. That will cause reduced visibility. Gale Warnings are in effect for Lake Michigan. Stay off piers and breakwalls.

Temperatures will fall into the mid-upper 20s. Driveways, sidewalks and parking lots will likely have icy spots. Snow showers and flurries may continue into Tuesday, which will likely be the coldest day since last Feb. 20. Here’s radar:


New snow in Michigan Sunday: 12″ Brampton, 9″ Gladstone, Lake Ann, Carney, Daggett, 8″ at Houghton, Iron Mt., Watton, North Higgins Lake, Benzonia, Dollar Bay and Perkins, 7″ at Traverse City, Maple City, Escanaba, Otsego Lake, Boyne City, 6″ Hancock.

Peak wind gusts Monday: Ludington Beach 56 mph, Muskegon Beach 54 mph, S. Haven Beach 53 mph, Grand Haven Beach 52 mph, Whitehall Beach 52 mph, Allegan 49 mph, Pentwater, Jackson and Saugatuck Beach 48 mph, St. Joseph 47 mph, Grand Rapids 45 mph, Kalamazoo 44 mph, Battle Creek 43 mph, Lansing 41 mph.

Snow on the ground: 14″ Grand Marais and Painesdale (U.P.), 13″ Bergland Dam and Hancock, 12″ Herman, 11″ Traverse City, 10″ Gaylord, 9″ Alpena.

More Snow for N. Lower Michigan and Upper Michigan

This graphic from the Gaylord NWS shows the snow and wind expected in N. Lower MI and Upper MI today.

ALSO: Look at these temps. from the Yukon (Canada): Oglivie Camp = -47.8°C/ -54°F, Ft Selkirk = -47.5°C/ -53.5°F Pelly Farm = -47.4°C/ -53.3°F, Ross River = -47°C/ -52.6°F, Mayo = -46.6°C/ -51.9°F.