LANSING, Mich. — An active weather week ahead. Today we start dry with increasing clouds through the morning. Mostly cloudy for much of the day and it stays mild with highs in the mid 40s. Rain arrives this evening starting in the southwest at around 7 P.M. and moving northeast. As temperatures cool below freezing, rain will mix with and briefly change over to snow. Any accumulating snow overnight will be less than an inch. Tuesday we warm up into the upper 30s and we will flip back over to a mix of rain and snow but precipitation will be light and shouldn't have a major impact during the day. Cold air returns Tuesday night and the wintry mix will turn to just snow and the intensity will also pick up. The heaviest snow will last from Tuesday night through Wednesday afternoon. This is when we will pick up quite a few inches of accumulation. Snow continues through the day Wednesday with highs in the low 30s. Snow will taper off to light lake effect snow by Thursday and it gets cold with high temperatures falling into the mid 20s. Additional light snow accumulations possible Thursday. Friday will be mostly dry but a few lake effect snow flurries will be possible and it stays cold with highs in the mid 20s. The weekend finally looks to quiet down with partly sunny skies and highs in the 20s Saturday then warming into the mid 30s Sunday.
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