DETROIT – Other than a few sprinkles this evening, most of the night will be dry and mostly cloudy.
Temperatures will drop to 50 overnight, then rise to the mid 50s by daybreak.
Wednesday, we may see a few peeks of early sunshine before clouds get thicker. High temperatures will hit the mid 60s (!!!!) before showers start falling in the afternoon. So we'll likely be within 4 degrees of the record, which is 69. Winds will increase to 20-30 mph. And we may see higher gusts in showers. That rain will be around from mid-afternoon through the evening. Then we'll be dry overnight.
Partly cloudy and windy conditions expected Thursday with a high of only 50.
It will be even colder Friday, but with sunshine we'll make it to the low 40s in the afternoon.
Saturday, it looks like we'll get our first accumulating snow of the season. It's too early to talk amounts, but timing-wise expect snow to show up Saturday afternoon and hang around through early Sunday morning. We'll keep tabs on it as we get closer to the weekend.