Light snow showers are passing over SE Michigan this Wednesday morning but it is light snow and won’t be a huge factor on travel whether it’s to work or out of town.
Cloudy skies and temps all day in the mid to upper 20s with breezy to windy conditions.
Winds will whip from the NW 10-20 mph with stronger gusts near 30 mph at times.
Some squalls of heavy snow will impede travel through Southern Ontario and SW Lower Michigan due to the strong lake effect.
Scattered snow showers are possible through the day especially near the big lakes.
And, wicked weather is still hammering the East and Northeast United States.
You’ll need extra travel time if you’re driving through Pennsylvania or New York.
Be careful and safe travels.
Happy Thanksgiving! Skies will be partly clear and cold early for the parade so dress in layers and bundle up.
Expect a few light snow showers by mid to late morning and into the afternoon.
We could see our first accumulation tomorrow but it looks like an inch of snow or less.
We will see mostly cloudy skies with highs Thursday only in the upper 20s to low 30s.
Black Friday will be cool and pleasant with a little more sunshine expected.
Lows will start in the teens to low 20s and then warm up to the low 30s through Friday afternoon.
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