DETROIT (WXYZ) - High Wind Warning for Wayne, Washtenaw, Lenawee, Monroe counties until 10 pm.
Wind Advisory for the rest of southeast Michigan until 10 pm.
A strong cold front will bring wind gusts to at least 50 mph and falling temperatures.
As potentially damaging winds rake the area during the evening commute, temperatures will slip into the 40s. Any left over rain will change over to snow showers overnight, but most of the moisture will be gone by then.
NEXT 48 HOURS:
This afternoon: Windy & wet with light rain showers likely. Temperatures peaking 56-60 near mid-day, then falling to about 45 degrees by sunset. / Winds: SW 25-35 with frequent late day gusts to 50 mph. Some gusts could approach 60 mph.
Tonight: Strong winds diminish after midnight, much colder with snow showers possible (30%). No accumulations are expected. Lows: 28-32 / Winds: W-SW 20-40 early, dropping off to 15-25 toward dawn
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy, much colder with a 50% chance for snow showers. Highs: 34-38 / Winds: W-SW 15-25
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