Mostly Cloudy and Cool (may go partly cloudy late tonight)
LOW: 22
WIND:  West 5 mph

SUNRISE 7:48 a.m.
SUNSET 5:11 p.m

Cool and Dry Tomorrow with Light Winds
Light Accumulating Snow Thursday-Friday
Milder Weekend

SYNOPSIS    Watch for icy spots on the side streets, rural roads, sidewalks, parking lots and driveways again tonight as temperatures dip to the low 20s and winds become light and variable.

Tomorrow (Wed.) looks cool and dry with more clouds than sun and very light winds.  Temperatures will reach the low-mid 30s in the afternoon.  Most roads will be in good shape all day long.

Light snow is likely on Thanksgiving Day, perhaps an inch or two (3″ total not impossible north of a line from Muskegon to Baldwin to Houghton Lake).  There could be slick spots on the roads, especially side streets and rural roads that don’t get as much traffic, but you should be able to get where you are going.  Highs Thursday will be in the low 30s.  Friday looks chilly with a chance of light snow showers and temperatures during the day in the mid-upper 20s. Friday’s snow will fall in a narrow ribbon that could put down 1-4″. the best chance for that would be in the northern part of the viewing area, especially along US 10.

LOOKING AHEAD  A little milder air moves in for Saturday and Sunday as temperatures climb back toward 40, melting much of the snow that is still on the ground.  A few rain showers may develop by Tuesday of next week, with highs climbing back toward the mid-upper 40s by the middle of next week.

Check out Bill’s Blog.  He’s got a look back at one of the weirdest football games every played…in a blizzard!  He’s also got more on the weather for the end of November and the start of December.