DETROIT -

Sunday morning will begin dry with fair skies and temps near 30 degrees. Early risers, families going to services and people arriving at the Hockeytown Winter Festival for lunch and hockey will need to bundle up and prepare for snow later.

Midday and afternoon snow showers will accompany a cold front. High temps will be in the upper 30s in the early afternoon then fall to near freezing by the evening. Snow accumulations will be minor.

Sunday evening will go from mostly cloudy to partly cloudy with temps falling into the 20s. Anyone checking out hockey or the festivities at Comerica Park will need to add extra layers. A large cold snap is just beginning.

Sunday night will become frigid with lows in the middle and low teens.

Monday and the rest of 2013 will be dangerously cold with lows in the single digits and high in the low and middle teens through Thursday, January 2nd. Wind chills will be below zero. Snow showers are possible on New Year's Eve, Tuesday, and New Year's Day, Wednesday. Young people and adults going outdoors much protect against frostbite, which can occur in minutes.

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