Another very chilly day here in SE Michigan and Southern Ontario.
Temps are in the upper single digits and low teens as wind chills dip to near zero all morning long.
We have a few light snow showers across the area early, but the radar doesn’t show anything to worry about.
Watch Local 4 News Today all morning for those ‘feels like’ temps and constant radar updates.
We will climb back into the mid 20s today with mostly cloudy skies and another chance for scattered afternoon snow showers.
Again, the snow doesn’t look impressive and may lay down a quick coating.
Winds will make it feel extra chilly all day SW 7-17 mph with gust over 20 mph.
Temps will be in the low single digits to middle teens Wednesday through Friday.
In fact, the coldest core of air comes in Thursday night which means we’ll all be subzero on Friday morning with dangerous wind chills.
The wind chills will be tough all week. We will see a few snow showers on Thursday as hit and miss clippers try and move over the Great Lakes Region along with the polar vortex starting midweek.
There’s a chance for snow late Friday and Saturday from a fast moving clipper that may lay down a fresh coating of snow.
And the models show another chance early Sunday for new snow.
None of our snow chances are very impressive. We will keep an eye on it all week along with the effects of our midweek Polar Vortex. 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.