A weak weather system has brought occasional snow showers through the day Saturday, largely enhanced by Lake Michigan. Another weather system passes through Sunday, bringing additional snow chances.
Tonight, a few lingering snow showers will be possible, but otherwise skies will be mostly cloudy. Temperatures fall near 30°.
Highs warm a few degrees Sunday into the low 30s. Snow chances increase late Sunday morning and really ramp up Sunday afternoon. While some heavy banding is possible that could reduce visibility at times, we aren't looking at much accumulation. By far, most should expect a trace to an inch of snow. An isolated report of 2 inches isn't out of the question. That could still be enough to cause some slick spots Sunday and Sunday night.
Conditions quiet down through next week as highs stay in the low 30s. Cloudy conditions stick around for most of the week, with an isolated light rain or snow shower possible several days. However, we aren't looking at any major weather systems that should impact your commute or plans in the week ahead.
I'll time out Sunday's snow chances and the impacts in greater detail tonight at 6 and 11PM on ABC21!