Upper Peninsula got its first snow of the season this morning

- Things definitely felt like fall this morning in metro Detroit. 

After temps in the 70s earlier this week, the air is feeling quite blustery Friday. Some spots saw low overnight temps in the 30s, but most of us were in the mid 40s this morning when we woke up --  but keep in mind things escalated way more quickly up north. 

The Upper Peninsula got a taste of winter a little earlier than usual. The National Weather Service confirms it snowed overnight in Marquette. 

Those living in the area woke up Friday to a light accumulation of snow on their vehicles and the grass. An inch or two of slushy snow was possible in places.

The National Weather Service says the first accumulating snow of the season usually happens around mid-October in the Upper Peninsula. Don't expect snow anytime soon around here, though. In fact, we're going to go back to feeling like summer over the next few days. 

A warm front is on the way this weekend. Expect temps reaching near 80 degrees tomorrow with some storm showers. Sunday will be milder, in the mid 60s, but then the warmer temps will be back near 80 degrees on Monday and Tuesday. 

Keep an eye on the radar this weekend with your FOX 2 Weather app

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