There could be up to two inches of snow in Michigan's Upper Peninsula today

Posted at 8:48 AM, Oct 05, 2018

While temperatures are in the upper 40s to start Friday in metro Detroit, the upper peninsula is experiencing an early winter.

According to the National Weather Service, snow started falling in Negaunee Township around 4:15 a.m. Neguanee Township is just east of Marquette. 

Jennae Ellis, a 7 Action News viewer who moved to Marquette from metro Detroit, sent us a photo this morning of snow on her car.

The National Weather Service said a slushy inch or two of snow accumulation may occur in higher terrain in parts of the west and north-central UP this morning.