WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY continues until Noon Wednesday for, St.Clair, Macomb, Oakland, Livingston, Washtenaw, Wayne, Lapeer and Sanilac
The second part of this storm moves in this evening and tonight with another round of snow. The system will start off as heavy rain, then quickly transition to heavy snow, which will continue off and on through Wednesday morning. An additional 1" - 3" of snow is possible depending on location. The heaviest snowfall will be north of Detroit but sleet could mix in at times as the storm pushes northeast of Michigan. From 5:30 to 10pm - during the evening drive we'll have heavy rain and sleet moving through Metro Detroit. This will be the start of the gusty winds moving in, so all of the dense fog will come to an end.
Wind Advisory in effect for some areas tonight as gust climb up to 45 mph across the area with sustained winds from 20 to 30 mph. The strongest winds will be near Monroe and Lenawee counties - areas already hit by the worst of the ice storm. This could increase the chances of additional power outages south Detroit.
Conditions will finally improve Wednesday afternoon as winds calm down snow showers come to an end. Our next round of active weather will hold off until Thursday evening when a mixture of rain and snow return.