Snow showers coming as temperatures dive after extended mild spell

Snow showers coming as temperatures dive after extended mild spell

Snow showers coming as temperatures dive after extended mild spell

Then, a storm system rolls over us on Wednesday with the possibility of lake-enhanced snow into Thursday.

The Met Office has issued a yellow alert as forecasters warn clear skies will see melting snowfall increase the risk of widespread icy patches developing across the country.

Snow is likely on Thursday and Friday, but we're not expected to get more than a couple inches each day. "While most areas ended up with trace amounts of snow up to 3", a few areas of Livingston and Oakland Counties picked up over 6 inches of snow.

Diana Harding and her dog Bailey walk through East Fairmount Park near Kelly Drive and Fairmount Avenue after playing frisbee on Wednesday morning, March 7, 2018. Most of next looks dry, with only some snow showers or light snow possible on Monday.

Once the snow ends, we can expect sunshine and below normal highs through Friday.

It added: "This will result in widespread light to moderate snow developing across our enter area during this period". Chance of precipitation is 40%.

Today will be cloudy and breezy with highs in the upper 40s. Cloudy, with a low about 24. In addition to the snow chances over these next 24 to 36 hours, Greater Lafayette also stands to see its coldest day in almost a month!

Gradually decreasing clouds Friday night, with lows in the low to mid 20s (-5 degrees Celsius).

Thursday will stay chilly with highs in the low 50s, despite sunny skies.

Wednesday: Mostly sunny, high near 29.

Sunday: Partly sunny, with a high near 44. This has further enhanced the rain and snow activity in Britain.

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