WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY in effect until Noon Tuesday for parts of Mid-Michigan.
A slow-moving cold front will sink southward across the lower peninsula overnight, with isolated flurries and patchy freezing drizzle in tow. While not a major winter storm by any stretch of the imagination, we're going to be in for some treacherous conditions on the roads into Tuesday morning.
The passing flurries could lead to a light dusting of snow on the roads, especially on untreated and lightly-traveled stretches. On top of that, the freezing drizzle will lead to a thin glaze of ice in some areas. A good rule of thumb will be to treat roads that look wet as icy, and give yourself some extra travel time on the morning drive. Lows tonight in the middle to upper 20s.
A cloudy, overcast sky looks to be the theme going throughout the day on Tuesday. Some areas of drizzle/freezing drizzle will be possible throughout the day but this looks to be very isolated. Most areas look to stay dry.
High temperatures will be reaching back into the mid 30s. Another day slightly above average where average is in the upper 20s. Temperatures will be going down from here as arctic air from Canada begins to move in from the north.
Some more chances for freezing drizzle as well as a few isolated snow showers will last into the evening and overnight hours of Tuesday.
Lows tomorrow night look to drop back down into the mid 20s. Winds will begin to increase out of the southwest at 10-20 mph. Wind chills will look to feel more like the teens.
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