WILX News 10 First Alert Forecast

A Few More Rounds of Light Snow Next 48 Hours
Published: Dec. 30, 2020 at 10:45 PM EST|Updated: 14 hours ago
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LANSING, MI. (WILX) - While the heaviest of the snow has come to an end around Mid-Michigan, slick and icy roads remain. Untreated surfaces that were wet have re-frozen overnight, so be sure to take it slow and allow for extra travel time today.

A few light snow showers Sunday morning will filter out during the day. Some drizzle could mix in, and either way we don’t expect much additional accumulation. A dusting is possible mainly on colder surfaces like patio furniture, decks and porches.

Skies clear out a bit more tonight and the fresh snowpack will help temps fall. Lows are in the lower 20s but I wouldn’t be surprised to see some folks get down into the teens by sunrise on Monday morning. The first half of Monday will be dry until another round of light snow in the afternoon, which may again mix with some drizzle. Once again, we’re looking at little to no accumulation with a dusting for many, at best.

Tuesday is a quieter day in the upper 30s, and warmer temperatures are expected midweek with highs getting back into the 40s. There is a bit of uncertainty in the computer models for the first few days of December, as small disturbances could bring some more light rain or snow if anything comes together. For now, the forecast is mainly dry with mostly cloudy skies continuing for the end of the week.

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  • Average High: 42º Average Low 28º
  • Lansing Record High: 71° 1905
  • Lansing Record Low: 0° 1891
  • Jackson Record High: 67º 1998
  • Jackson Record Low: 4º 1955

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