During the early week, a batch of cold left over from winter will sweep southward out of Canada to meet rain spreading over the Great Lakes. In answer, that rain will become snow over a rather small stretch of the Upper Midwest.

Through Monday night, the area most likely to see snow will span northern and northeastern Wisconsin, western upper Michigan and the Arrowhead of northeastern Minnesota. A few inches of wet snow could fall southward to Green Bay, Wis.

Story by AccuWeather.com Senior Meteorologist Jim Andrews.