LANSING, Mich. — Snow showers will return to the area on Tuesday afternoon, though the impacts will be limited to an annoying slushiness.
Tuesday begins on a chilly but dry note, as temperatures in the morning will start in the middle 20s.
Clouds build in quickly ahead of snow showers, which will arrive around or just after noon for most of the area.
Most snow will melt on contact with the ground, but where heavier bursts occur there could be some buildup on colder surfaces. Grassy areas could see a coating, as well.
Some rain will mix in during the evening, and folks may also spot graupel (a hail-like frozen precipitation) at times.
Everything turns to rain Tuesday night as temperatures actually rise towards sunrise Wednesday, which will be another dreary and rainy one.
Thanksgiving and the two days to follow look dry with increasing sunshine and above average temperatures in the upper 40s to near 50.
Another system appears like it might arrive late in the weekend; this will have to be watched as its position could mean the difference between a few rain showers and possible accumulating snow.
Early next week we'll be bitten by much colder temperatures, seeming as though we'll have at least two days with highs near the freezing mark.
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