Here we go again with another round of nasty Michigan winter weather.

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After enduring over a week of brutally cold conditions, we now face heavy snow and rain.

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Lower Michigan is under a winter weather advisory from midnight tonight until 4 pm tomorrow. The affected areas locally include Midland, Bay, Huron, Saginaw, Tuscola, Sanilac, Shiawassee, Genesee, Lapeer, and St. Clair Counties.

According to The Weather Channel, snow will develop toward the I-69 corridor after midnight with an ugly sleet and freezing rain combo.

 The wintry mix then migrates northward toward the Tri-Cities and northern Thumb during the day while becoming primarily freezing rain toward I-69 until temperatures warm above freezing mid to late afternoon.

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How Much Snow are We expected to Get?

Before the heavy stuff starts tonight, we will see roughly an inch of snow today, mainly this evening.

On Tuesday, we can expect snow in the morning that will give way to a mixture of rain and snow during the afternoon.

Total snow and sleet accumulations of 2 to 4 inches and ice accumulations of around one-tenth of an inch.

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Warmer Temps and Rain for Michigan

On Tuesday, we'll experience rain and snow which will eventually turn into just rain.

Things will warm up to 40 on Wednesday with rain throughout the day. We're going to see pretty much the same thing on Thursday with temps warming up to 44.

While it's going to be pretty nasty tomorrow, we should lose a significant amount of snow with all the rain and warmer temps.

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