Snow on the way with Winter Weather Advisory

Snow on the way with Winter Weather Advisory

Despite sunny conditions, temperatures are expected to remain about 10° below average today, with highs in the mid 30s.

MAP: A November 9, 2017 image of the cold front moving through Michigan Thursday.

The National Weather Service is calling for 3-6 inches of snow in northern MI and 6-10 inches in some parts of the Upper Peninsula.

With winds picking up Thursday afternoon, waves are expected to build to about 6 feet to 9 feet.

If National Airport falls to 26 degrees or lower Saturday morning, it would rank among the top 10 coldest temperatures so early in the season in recorded history.

The north-northeast wind will make it feel even colder, with a wind chill of about 33 degrees around noon Thursday down to 17 degrees by 6 p.m. Thursday The wind chill should bottom out at about 11 degrees around 7 a.m. Friday. Most of the region will see less than an inch, although several inches could fall in hills downwind of lakes Erie and Ontario.

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Low temperatures forecast Friday morning from GFS model.

The heaviest snow will be found near the Great Lakes, from northern Wisconsin to MI where locally a foot of snow is possible today and tonight.

We'll eventually see the rain and snow moving into Mid-Michigan.

Saturday, Veterans Day, will be sunny with a high near 40, and Sunday will be partly sunny with a high near 50, the weather service said.

CHART: Temperatures will rebound next week.

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