MID-MICHIGAN (WJRT) (4/25/2019) - Parts of Mid-Michigan may wake up to a rather wintry scene Sunday.
Falling temperatures Saturday night and precipitation moving in during the wee hours of Sunday could set up favorable conditions for some light snow accumulation.
The National Weather Service is calling for 1 to 3 inches of snow to fall along with rain mixed in Sunday morning generally north of the I-96 corridor. Accumulation would occur generally on grassy surfaces only.
Some small, isolated areas could pick up 4 inches of snow with light slushy accumulation on roadways if conditions are favorable, according to the National Weather Service. Chances for any significant travel impacts are remote, however.
A bulk of the snow will fall between I-96 and I-69. Anywhere between I-94 and M-46 could see around an inch of accumulation.
Any snow that does accumulate will melt quickly. Low temperatures Sunday morning will remain at or slightly above freezing before warming to near 50 degrees later in the day.
No snowfall has been recorded in Flint on Sunday's date, so the area is likely to set a record if any of the white stuff falls.