(WXYZ) — A fast-moving storm system will likely push into lower Michigan from the northwest Saturday night, bringing rain and possibly a mix of snow by Sunday morning.
The rain arrives late in the day Saturday, and could eventually mix with snow before sunrise Sunday. Accumulating snow with more than 3" possible along and north of M59; where temperatures could drop to freezing. Most of metro Detroit, especially areas south of I-94), will have temperatures around 36°+, so accumulating snow is not expected.
The rain and snow mix won't last very long, but be mindful there may be some slick roads early Sunday. High temperatures will be in the 50s both Saturday and Sunday.
Four computer models show very different paths the storm system could take. We'll have to adjust the forecast as we get closer.