Clouds and breezy winds covered much of the Upper Peninsula Tuesday as cooler air entered the region in the afternoon.
Heading into Tuesday night, the U.P. stays fairly dry in advance of the next system that arrives Wednesday. Lows will drop into the the mid and upper-30s with west winds between 5-15 mph.
Wednesday is expected to be more active, as rain and snow move into the region. High temperatures will top off in the low to mid-40s with west winds between 10-15 mph. Colder air moves in Wednesday night with rain changing to snow after midnight. Lows will fall around the freezing mark and winds shift to the north between 10-15 mph.
Snow showers linger on into Thursday, making it another cold and wintry afternoon across the Upper Peninsula.