We are declaring Sunday a First Alert Weather Day!
A Winter Storm Watch has been issued for all of southeast Michigan from late tonight through the pre-dawn hours of Monday. The potential for 6"-10" exists across much of the Metro area with highest amounts likely near the Ohio border.
NEXT 48 HOURS:
This afternoon: Sunshine followed by a few late day clouds, warmer. Highs: 30-34 / Winds: SW 5-15
Tonight: Cloudy with light snow likely moving in after 1 am. About 1" accumulation likely by sunrise. Lows: 20-24 / Winds: NE 5-10
Sunday: Snow likely with 3"-5" likely during the day with heaviest amounts south of Detroit. Adjustments will be made as the storm approaches. Highs: 20-24 early, then falling into the teens by sunset / Winds: NE 10-20
Sunday night: Snow early, with another 3"-5" likely, ending after 3 am. Considerable blowing and drifting of snow will make travel more difficult. Lows: 4-8 / Winds: NE 15-30 producing wind chills as cold as 15 below zero
Monday: Partly to mostly sunny but very cold. Highs: 12-16 / Winds: N 10-20 and gusty. Winds chills below zero all day.
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