DETROIT (WXYZ) - A High Wind Watch is in effect for all of southeast Michigan from 10 am Monday until midnight
Expect more mild temperatures this evening and a soaking rain tonight that will carry us into Monday morning. Strong gusty winds will arrive later on Monday as our temperatures plunge.
NEXT 48 HOURS:
This evening: Steady rain overspreads the area from west to east. Temps: 48-52 / Winds: S-SE 10-15
Tonight: 100% chance for rain with temperatures rising before dawn from lows in the upper 40s / Winds: SE 10-20
Monday: Rain showers then snow showers by evening with falling temperatures, with strong winds likely late in the day especially. Highs early in the 50s then falling into the 30s / Winds: SW 20-35 with frequent gusts to 45 mph
Monday night: Strong winds diminish after midnight, much colder with snow showers possible (40%). 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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