Cold air will spill into the northern Great Lakes as a storm system moves into the region on Monday. A wet snow is expected to fall across the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and parts of northern Wisconsin. With high temperatures in the upper 30s and lower 40s, several inches of snow will accumulate on non-paved surfaces.

There will be some travel problems in the area, as roads will become slick later on Monday and into Monday night. The snow is expected to remain steady for much of the time, and road temperatures will cool to around freezing on Monday night. As colder air pushes farther south on Monday night, more of Wisconsin and the Lower Peninsula of Michigan will get rain mix with or change to snow. Even as far south as Chicago, there can be some wet snowflakes reaching the ground.

Story by AccuWeather.com Meteorologist Eric Wanenchak.