Another round of snow is expected for late Wednesday afternoon.
Two to five inches is expected in the metro Detroit area. This comes after the season's first sizeable snowfall on Monday.
Moderate snowfall moved out Tuesday morning, with just a few flurries possible throughout the day. The BIG story today is the bitterly cold temperatures with wind chill values below zero.
NEXT 48 HOURS:
This morning: Snow tapers off. Single digit feel. Temps: 20s / Winds: NW 15-30
This afternoon: Flurries possible. Mostly cloudy to partly sunny skies. Cold! Highs: 15-21 / Winds: NW 20-35
Tonight: Partly cloudy. Wind chills below zero. Lows: 8-13 / Winds: WNW 10-20
Wednesday: Bitterly cold! Wind chills below zero. Snow showers develop by noon. Snow accumulations 2"-4". Highs 20-25 / Winds W 5-10