DETROIT - There is beautiful sunshine Monday as high pressure dominates southeast Michigan and southern Ontario weather through the rest of the day.
But, it's downright cold with subzero wind chills even into part of the afternoon. Highs in the low to mid teens with bright conditions and a few more clouds likely north of Detroit and closer to the big lakes.
Lows overnight will dip down into the low single digits as clouds overspread the area. A fast moving snow maker will move through in the morning but it will not be a lot of snow and some of us will see very little wet weather. The snow target is a bit north of Detroit through the mid to late morning with a ½ inch or less. A few hit and miss snow showers through the day as highs climb into the low 20s.
There's a better chance for measurable snow Wednesday as we begin to break out of the deep freeze. It would only be a couple of inches but the timing is bad once again right in the middle of the morning commute. Highs should reach the upper 20s with mostly cloudy skies and snow tapering off into the afternoon. We may see temps in the mid 30s to near 40 degrees by Friday but it is just a brief warm up.
And, a wintry mix is likely as we end the work and school week. You can get a look at the radar and your 7-Day outlook on the weather page of ClickOnDetroit.com and by following the links below
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