LANSING, Mich. — Snow showers continue to fall in the Mitten State--just not as many around here.
While folks in the southeast part of Michigan (east of US-23) deal with continuing accumulations, nothing more than occasional flurries will fall in Mid-Michigan into early Tuesday.
While northwest flow tomorrow keeps our temperatures chilly and below normal, it also clears out the clouds in the afternoon. Any lingering snow showers shouldn't stick, and will be gone early.
We'll hold onto plenty of sunshine for Wednesday and Thursday with highs reaching the middle 40s. Average highs for the first week of December are in the upper 30s.
The pattern that begins to take shape tomorrow is a pleasant one by December standards. Highs through at least Sunday will remain a few degrees above normal.
Additionally, all of the next week past tomorrow's few flakes should be dry. We're only keeping an eye on a weak disturbance after dark Saturday that would more than likely just be a drizzle/flurry situation.
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