The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory until 2 p.m. Friday for a possible mixed-bag of precipitation including snow and sleet that will eventually turn to rain.
A low pressure system was expected to move through the western Great Lakes region and through Friday morning bringing freezing rain that could produce a glaze on surfaces.
Accumulations could include up to an inch of snow and sleet with about a tenth of an inch of ice possible.
The precipitation is expected to moderate by late Friday morning or early afternoon.
The weather service is advising motorists to be aware that the ice and snow accumulations can make roads slick.
Temperatures will warm from around 20 degrees to the mid 30s by Friday afternoon.