DETROIT (WXYZ) - Sprinkles are possible southwest of Detroit this evening, but the best chance for rain is after midnight tonight. Temperatures will stay above freezing and actually rise a bit late tonight.
Round one of the rain will end by mid-day Tuesday. More rain is likely Wednesday before it's possible the rain will change to light snow overnight Christmas Eve night into Christmas morning. Minor slushy accumulation is possible. Christmas Day will be blustery and colder.
NEXT 48 HOURS:
This evening: Clouds thicken with a few sprinkles possible in Lenawee and Washtenaw counties. Temps: 34-38 / Winds: E-SE 10-15
Tonight: Rain arrives after midnight (80%). Lows: 32-36 but rising a bit before dawn / Winds: SE 10-15
Tuesday: Rain likely (80%), mainly in the morning hours, otherwise cloudy and turning milder. Highs: 45-49 / Winds: S 10-15
Tuesday night: Rain returns late at night. Lows: 39-43 / Winds: S-SW 5-15
Wednesday: Rain likely (80%). Highs: 44-50 / Winds: Variable 5-15
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