Sunday will have a mostly clear and a mostly cool start with lows in the low to mid 20s. We will see increasing high clouds through the late morning and afternoon and breezes from the NE 10-15 mph. That combination means highs will likely only reach the upper 30s, but it will be another dry day.
There’s a big snow maker just to our southwest and the latest model information keeps the heavy snow to our south. If you’re traveling late Sunday and/or early Monday down through Indianapolis or into Ohio, you’ll run into snow trouble. For us, it looks like our extreme southern counties will get a fresh coating of snow by early Monday and the rest of us will likely only see a few scattered light snow showers and flurries. Each computer model run is coming up with a slightly different scenario, but the most recent information has most of the snow missing us to the south. That’s a good thing!
Keep an eye on the 7-Day Forecast by heading to the weather page of ClickOnDetroit.com.