LOCAL WEATHER FORECASTS 3 SUNDAY EVENING 12/05/2021 | WJMN

Cloudy with snow this evening. A few gusts of wind. A winter mix, light rain or light freezing rain cannot be excluded. Snow or precipitation can stop sometimes in some UP areas. Temperatures will be in the 20’s and 30’s. Wind south-southeast to south-southwest 10 to 20 MPH with a few stronger gusts.

Flurries on Monday becoming lakefront flurries in the afternoon. Windy (especially on the Keweenaw Peninsula and along Lake Superior). Temperatures in the afternoon will be between teens and 20s. Winds becoming west to northwest 20 to 30 MPH with stronger gusts.

Monday evening, lake-effect snow showers. Otherwise, some clarification. A few gusts of wind. Very weak wind chills possible. Low temperatures will range from 0 to -10 for inland areas west of Marquette to about 10 above or teens along the immediate shores of the Great Lakes. Wind west to northwest 10 to 20 MPH with a few stronger gusts possible.

Lake-effect snow showers on Tuesday. Otherwise, a little sun. High temperatures will be around 10 or above or teenagers. Wind west to northwest 5 to 15 MPH.

Tuesday evening, a slight risk of snow. Otherwise, partly cloudy to mostly cloudy. Low temperatures will range from about 0 for inland areas west of Marquette to about 10 above for teens near the Great Lakes. Light west to north-westerly wind.

From the middle to the end of this coming week some snow is possible with moderate temperatures.


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Dale D. Schrum