Cloud cover is the key to how cold we get early Sunday morning because a cloud layer is like a thin blanket and could keep temps from falling below 20 degrees.
If the clouds break a bit, expect upper teens to start your Sunday and many neighborhoods will have single digit wind chills first thing Sunday morning. The cold north wind is also bringing lake effect snow showers lingering early on, especially from Port Huron on down to Detroit on the east side. Eventually, we will see peeks of sun from time to time with highs only reaching the upper 20s. Again, northwest winds 5-12 mph will make it feel much colder all day.
Monday will be a brighter day with highs into the low and mid 30s as we slowly start to warm things up. We will see 40s by Thursday and we may warm things up to near 50 degrees next weekend. We will have a close call this Tuesday night bringing a chance for snow showers midweek, but the models are not in agreement that the snow will hit us and the system may pass to our south. It looks like we will at least get a glancing blow bringing light snow this Tuesday evening.
The forecast is always on the Weather Page of ClickOnDetroit.com and on Local 4 News.
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