Skies will gradually clear Sunday night, with lows near 4.
Expect a spectacular winter day on Monday, with mostly sunny skies, light wind and highs in the low 20s.
Clouds will increase on Tuesday, with a chance for some snow by the end of the day and highs in the mid 20s.
Snow is likely Tuesday night, with lows in the upper teens. Accumulating snow from the next storm should be expected.
The heaviest snow will be just barely south, in northern Indiana and Ohio. Heaviest amounts for the Detroit area will be near the state line, where an estimate of a half-foot of total snow would be attainable, with tapering amounts farther north.
Any northward deviation in the storm would bring the higher snow totals farther north, so stay tuned, this is not a done deal yet.
The snow will taper off Wednesday afternoon, and it’ll be windy as well, with highs in the low 20s.
It will be partly cloudy Thursday and Friday, with highs in the upper teens.
There’s high uncertainty as we head into next weekend. The models are trying to develop some sort of storm, but they are still all across the board with both location and timing. The area will likely see some light accumulating snow at some point during next weekend, but when and how much is unclear at this point.