With a south wind between 5-15 mph, expect to have blowing and drifting snow. Friday morning's commute was tricky for some as the light coating of snow made roads slick. Visibility will be limited at times in certain areas due to the snowfall.
Outside of a passing light flurry, relatively dry and seasonable conditions are expected through the weekend. Next week a warming trend will bring mild temps by Tuesday, with normal January temperatures returning to Mid-Michigan on Wednesday.
Click on the Snow Predictor slideshow on the left side of this page to see what time the snow is expected to hit the ground.
Count on WNEM.com and TV5 for all of your weather-related coverage.
Friday, August 29 2014 11:10 AM EDT2014-08-29 15:10:07 GMT
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