After the warmth of the past weekend, the Blue Water Area is waking to more snow. Forecasters say we could receive some 2 to 3 inches before this bout is over. High winds knocked down trees and power lines throughout the weekend into Monday, leaving many without electricity. With those cold winds, comes colder temperatures. The area saw anywhere from 70 to 74 degrees on Sunday and awoke to 28 degrees on Tuesday. The snow is expected to stick on grassy surfaces, and there could be some slick spots on the roadways before we see the high today of about 40. While the Blue Water Area is very close to record breaking snowfall for a season, we haven’t hit it yet – Detroit only needed 1.9 inches more to break the 133 year old record of 93.6 inches. Don’t despair, after the snow, ice and cold temperatures of the week, the weekend is expected to see highs in the low 60’s.