This week, there will be two meteorological events that will start the occasional heavy snowfall in November. There will be some snowfall worldwide due to a mid-week weather system. Some locations will get significant lake-effect snowfall due to a late-week cold wave.
The initial snowfall won’t be much, but it will fall in bursts across the entire state of Michigan. An upper-level storm system moving in from the west will be responsible. Michigan will be surrounded by moving air.
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Anywhere in Lower, Michigan could see an inch or two of snow if the circulation is good for developing snow showers. The precipitation will turn into significant lake-effect snow by Thursday once the widespread disturbance passes through. The snow belts will be covered by the lake-effect snow from Friday through Sunday.
Believe it or not, some areas have yet to see near or sub-freezing temperatures this fall (see the areas highlighted in a Freeze Warning in purple). That should change tonight, with the coldest night of the season thus far for portions of our region. #pawx #njwx #dewx #mdwx pic.twitter.com/V0bFFwt6jn
— NWS Mount Holly (@NWS_MountHolly) November 14, 2022
You would think that we recently transitioned from a warm season to winter at this time. We did. You can see that this week has seen a total of some snow on the snowfall map. There will be some dense regions of snowfall of more than six inches in the western Lower Snowbelts and Upper Peninsula.
Current road conditions for the mountains this morning. Berthoud Pass and Winter Park are getting some snow, I-70 at the tunnel looks clear for now with some flurries possible, and Breckenridge with some flurries. Stay weather ready! #cowx pic.twitter.com/N2qbkqwG2G
— NWS Boulder (@NWSBoulder) November 14, 2022
This is how much snow fell overall through the upcoming weekend. We’ll get a half-inch or so on Wednesday and Thursday on the east side of Lower Michigan, which includes Ann Arbor, the Detroit region, Flint, Saginaw, and Bay City, and we might get another half-inch when the lake effect starts to work toward the weekend.
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the course of this week and the upcoming weekend, the western portion of Lower Michigan should receive at least six inches of snow and maybe as much as one foot. The western Lower Michigan landscape will blatantly resemble winter by the time we reach the end of next weekend.
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