Forecast Updated 1:49 PM TUESDAY
Areas of dense fog are likely tonight as the air goes calm, the clouds hold tight and low temperatures settle in the upper 20s to low 30s.
Any fog will be slow to lift tomorrow morning. Otherwise, cloudy with scattered areas of drizzle and highs in the upper 30s.
The south wind will pick up tomorrow night ahead of our next storm system. Rain and snow showers are likely before midnight. Minor snow accumulations are possible along the U.P. border before turning to all rain. Temperatures will be critical with this system, especially north of Highway 8. Lows in the low to middle 30s.
Looking ahead, a widespread soaking rainfall is expected Thursday. Rainfall amounts up to one inch on a frozen ground will lead to some flooding. The wind will switch out of the northwest late in the day. This signals the passage of a cold front that will quickly drop temperatures on the backside of this large storm system. A brief period of light to moderate snow is expected. quick snow accumulations are possible as lows dip into the low 20s Thursday night.
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