Tuesday was another gray day across Mid-Michigan as temperatures struggled to hit the freezing mark. Quite a bit of cloud cover will continue to hold across the area for a few more days. A few breaks in the clouds aren't out of the question for early Wednesday, but a mostly cloudy sky is the likely scenario.
A compact, little snow-maker will drift into the state from the west-southwest Wednesday. The morning drive will be fine, but it does look like some light snow will work across lower Michigan during the afternoon and evening. With temperatures surrounding the freezing mark as the snow flies, we can look forward to another batch of the wet, sticky stuff. Accumulations through Wednesday evening will be an inch or less.
Thursday will be another mostly cloudy, but quiet, day. With a southerly breeze prevailing, high temperatures will work through the middle 30s. Readings will be in the upper 30s for Friday and the weekend. Our "normal" high is now 35-degrees. As the slightly warmer air moves into the area, it will be accompanied by a little more moisture. Right now, it looks like we may have a light wintry mix of precipitation to look forward to for late Thursday night through Friday. We will keep an eye on it! - JR