Upper Peninsula Weather Forecast 11/13-14

The cold air was in place today, producing more lake effect snow across the region. some locations picked up an additional 6 inches, but another 1-3 inches are in store for us heading into tonight. Lows will fall to the mid and upper teens, while northwest blow between 5 to 15 miles per hour. Friday ends the work week off with a partly sunny afternoon.

Temps will remain well below average, as highs top off in the mid and upper-30s, and winds maintain their northwest direction at 5 to 15 miles per hour. Tomorrow night skies clear partially, which will allow temps to plummet. Low temps will bottom out in the upper single digits and lower teens, with light west winds around five miles per hour.

Saturday is expected to be a snow free day for us, and for all of those heading out for the first day of deer rifle season.