MARQUETTE, Mich. – The National Weather Service (NWS) is predicting a winter storm to begin in Marquette Sunday evening.
According to a recent NWS forecast, the Upper Peninsula may experience heavy snow and high winds.
Current radar shows light rain showers scattered across Upper Michigan, but the NWS expects these showers to transition to snow later Sunday night.
They warn of possible power outages and hazardous travel.
Due to the lingering fall foliage, strong winds, and heavy and wet snow, driving will be dangerous.
In Marquette, the NWS is predicting up to 13 inches of wet, dense snow.
Light rain showers will become snow tonight, with the winds also ramping up. Snow will be wet and heavy. The strong winds and snow mixed will create hazardous driving conditions and power outages will be possible. #906wx #miwx pic.twitter.com/n28P2uoFi4— NWS Marquette (@NWSMarquette) October 16, 2022