DETROIT - It's a windy and chilly Monday here in SE Michigan, with winds west at10-20 mph, gusting a bit stronger and making it feel like single digits most of this afternoon.
Scattered lake effect snow showers are on and off adding a festive look to the area. Snow showers become more isolated into the later afternoon and evening, so it shouldn't be a big deal for the evening commute.
Still, a few flakes can't be ruled out and no accumulation is expected.
Tuesday will bring a couple of light snow chances.
Morning lows in the low teens to single digits with pesky breezes all week. That means it will feel below zero first thing tomorrow morning. The snow chances will heavier in Indiana and Ohio early tomorrow as we expect light, scattered snow during the morning commute. An arctic front will move closer to Detroit late Tuesday bringing a coating of afternoon snow and the beginning of another arctic plunge. Highs again climbing into the low and mid 20s and that will be the last time we see 20 degrees until… maybe Saturday.
Temps will be in the low single digits to middle teens Wednesday through Friday. In fact, the coldest core of air comes in Thursday night which means we'll all be subzero on Friday morning with dangerous wind chills. The wind chills will be tough all week.
There's a good chance for snow late Friday and Saturday from a fast moving clipper that may lay down a couple of inches of snow. We will keep an eye on it all week along with the effects of our midweek Polar Vortex. You can get a look at the radar and your 7 Day outlook on the weather page of clickondetroit.com and by following the links below.
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