First off, there is some uncertainty as to how much snow will melt when it hits the ground. I feel until sunset Friday much of the snow in the southern half of Lower Michigan will melt when it touches the ground. It’s what I like to call a “snow that acts like rain.” Temperatures in the southern half will range between 33 degrees and 37 degrees during the daylight hours of Friday. Right after sunset temperatures will drop below freezing. Whatever snow is left to fall then will stick.