Justin Liles: Cold remains Friday

As the system that brought snow overnight moves off to the east, cold air out of the northwest will lead to lake effect snow in the South Shore snow belt through Saturday. Most of the snowfall is expected in the UP of Michigan, but around an inch could fall in Wisconsin from the lake effect.

A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect through 5:00 a.m. on Friday, February 16 for Gogebic and Ontonago counties in the UP of Michigan. An additional 3-6 inches, or more is possible especially for the Porcupine Mountains. Winds will be very gusty. Click here for Advisory details.

The cold air following this system will lead to colder temperatures beginning this evening. High temperatures for Friday will be below normal for the first time since the cold snap in January. Some single digits could be seen along the international border and teens elsewhere. This will not last long, as the cold air mass will move to the east quickly.

Winds coupled with the cold air will lead to wind chills below zero early Friday morning through Saturday morning. The lowest values will be in the negative teens in the Iron Range and Borderlands early Friday.  After the cold air mass moves through, lake effect snow will end Sunday as warm air returns into the area. Heading into the work week we will see a rather quiet pattern