LANSING, Mich. — Sunday looks to feature overcast skies with light rain and drizzle, mainly in the afternoon. After a break from the precipitation during the evening, snow showers move in late overnight and carry into Monday.
Snow will continue through much of Monday with some light accumulations. A general 1-3" is expected at this time, with most folks ending up closer to the low end. Snow totals will rely on where exactly the heaviest snow bands decide to set up in our area.
A blast of Arctic air will arrive on Monday, as well; high temperatures for the first half of the week will only make it into the 20s. The record coldest high temperature on Tuesday, Nov. 12th in both Lansing and Jackson is 29 degrees (1995). That record is expected to fall fairly easily this week, with the current forecast calling for a high of just 25 on that day!
Be sure to bundle up and stay warm this week!
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