Parts of the Upper Peninsula are digging out this evening from another taste of Old Man Winter.
A blanket of snow, from a few inches deep to more than a foot deep in some areas, made for a big job of cleaning up.
Expect cold, windy and snowy conditions to continue for the next several days.
Additional accumulation will make driving difficult as strong winds continue at a steady 15 to 20 miles per hour, with gusts stronger than that at times.
High temperatures tomorrow are expected to only be in the single digits, but the chances of snow and winds are reduced.