DETROIT -

A very cold start to the work and school week.

Temps are in the single digits to low teens around Metro Detroit this morning with wind chill at or below zero.

There are a few areas of lake effect flurries or light snow showers. Bundle up as the weather in SE Michigan will stay cold all day.

We'll see high temps close to 20 degrees but wind chills will stay in the single digits through the afternoon.

There is more snow coming but it should be later after the evening commute.

An Alberta Clipper will bring light snow across the area but it could add up to another inch or two in spots.

The way it looks now, it will be scattered snow showers for most of Metro Detroit tonight and overnight with the best chance of accumulating snow in our northern counties.

These Clippers are light and fluffy snows that don't have much moisture but the flakes stack up fast.

Snow will be late Monday into early Tuesday.

There's another chance for snow showers on Tuesday afternoon.

In fact, Tuesday’s snow will bring a better chance of measurable snow to more people.

Again it’s about 2” of fresh snow on Tuesday.

Highs will be in the upper 20s but winds SW 10-15 mph will make it feel very chilly all day.

Wednesday will be dry with highs near 30 degrees.

And, another weather maker moving in here late Thursday and/or early Friday will bring rain and snow to the Great Lakes Region.

Stay tuned for that.

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Weather links:

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