Upper Peninsula Weather Forecast 11/25-26

Snow fell throughout Tuesday afternoon, giving us a fresh coating of powder just before Thanksgiving. By tonight, the snow will leave, as temps take a tumble.

Lows will fall between the low to mid teens, while southwest winds glide gently around five miles per hour. Wednesday brings partly clear skies with a few flurries, making travel easy for all of us heading out on the roads. Highs will top off in the mid-20s, with northwest winds around 5 to 10 miles per hour. Tomorrow night, the cold and light snow continue.

Low temps will bottom out in the mid and upper-20s, with northwest winds picking up between 10-15 miles per hour. By the time thanksgiving rolls in, light snow lingers on, as a reinforcing blast of cold air arrives.