Metro Detroit weather: Getting colder Sunday night, chilly Monday
Slippery weather returns tomorrow night and early Tuesday. Pets need to be indoors, too, as temperatures fall to the low 20s, Sunday night. Some slippery weather develops Monday night and early Tuesday morning. Tuesday afternoon will be cloudy with scattered light rain. Remember to download the FREE Local4Casters weather app -- it’s easily one of the best in the nation.
Metro Detroit weather: Enjoy fair skies, later sunset Sunday evening
Daylight saving time (no “S”) is here, and we can enjoy an even later sunset Sunday evening. Monday will be colder with some sunshine, giving away to clouds later in the day. Temperatures fall to the low 40s just before sunset, which is nearly an hour later than yesterday’s thanks to daylight saving time. Tuesday afternoon will be cloudy with scattered light rain. More sunshine later in the weekHappy St. Patrick’s Day, Wednesday!
Metro Detroit weather: Fair skies ahead of Daylight Saving Time
Mother Nature will throw a wintry mix our way early next week. We move our clocks forward one hour before going to bed Saturday night for the start of Daylight Saving Time. Related: New Michigan bill seeks to observe permanent daylight saving time, end clock changesSaturday night will be clear and cold. Afternoon temperatures will be in the upper 40s to near 50 degrees. The week ahead: Wintry mix Monday, TuesdayWinter reminds us we are still days away from spring early next week.
Metro Detroit weather: Warmer, sunny week ahead
Chilly, lovely weather continues Sunday evening under clear skies after a gorgeous blue and peach sunset. Sunday night will be cold but, fortunately, not as frigid as Saturday night or Sunday morning. Sunny days aheadWith wind directions switching and coming from the southwest, temperatures will climb higher on Monday. Remember to spring forward by moving your clocks ahead one hour from Saturday night into Sunday. Remember to download the FREE Local4Casters weather app -- it’s easily one of the best in the nation.
Metro Detroit weather: Mainly clear, chilly Saturday evening
Temperatures dip this evening, then nose dive overnight. Highs will be in the low 40s in the Motor City area and Southern Lower Michigan. Still seasonably chilly with highs in the low 40s. Highs will be near 60 degrees each day with early-morning lows in the 40s or near 50 degrees. Remember to download the FREE Local4Casters weather app -- it’s easily one of the best in the nation.
Metro Detroit weather: Sunny Friday ends with colder temps, clear skies
After plenty of sunshine and highs near or just above 40 degrees, temperatures fall to the 30s at dinnertime. In women’s college basketball, Michigan State University will host Wisconsin at 2 p.m., and Michigan hosts Northwestern at 3 p.m. Saturday. In men’s college basketball, Michigan will take on Michigan State University in East Lansing at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday will be even warmer with mostly sunny skies and daytime temps reaching the low 60s. Remember to download the FREE Local4Casters weather app -- it’s easily one of the best in the nation.
Metro Detroit weather: Final round of scattered rain crosses Sunday evening
A final round of scattered rain showers is marching across the region Sunday evening. Sunshine is on the way for much of this week with a ups and downs in terms of temperature. Now, lower temperatures are on the way with a line of rain showers ahead of it. Sunday evening will have temperatures fall from the 50s to the 40s, with scattered rain migrating across all of southeast Michigan. Remember to download the FREE Local4Casters weather app -- it’s easily one of the best in the nation.
Metro Detroit weather: On-and-off snow showers Friday evening
DETROIT – Welcome to Friday evening, Motown. Cloudy skies with snow showers are still around at the start of Friday evening. Friday evening remains cloudy with on-and-off snow showers. Friday night becomes frigid as snow showers move away. It will remain subfreezing most of Saturday, but afternoon temperatures will be near 30°F.
Metro Detroit weather: 2 waves of snowfall to hit by Tuesday
DETROIT – A winter weather advisory is in effect for Detroit and all of southeast Michigan from midnight Sunday until noon on Tuesday. Two waves of snow will arrive, with lighter snow on Sunday and heavier snow late on Monday. Two rounds of snow on the wayThere are two rounds of snow arriving in Detroit and southeast Michigan beginning late Sunday night through Tuesday morning. Much of the snow will have slowed by Monday morning, with 1 to 3 inches possible by mid-morning. By the end of Tuesday morning, an additional 3 to 7 inches of snow accumulation are possible.
Metro Detroit weather: Snow winds down Saturday, starts again Sunday
Snow continues to fall Saturday evening, especially in Detroit, northern Washtenaw County and throughout areas north of Eight Mile Road. Snow totals from Saturday’s snow will generally be between 1 to 2 inches for some areas along I-94. An inch of snow is possible Monday, with snow falling mainly in the morning. Slightly heavier snow coming Monday night, TuesdaySeparate large storms running along the Appalachians will be big enough to bring more snow, Monday night and Tuesday. AdWednesday will be partly sunny and cold with highs in the low 20s after morning lows in the single digits.
Metro Detroit weather: Dangerously cold temps Sunday; more snow Monday
Temperatures are already falling into the single digits early Sunday evening. More measurable snow is on the way from Monday evening through Tuesday morning. Sunday evening will be partly cloudy with temperatures near 10 degrees or lower. The thermometer falls to the low single digits and below zero in some places overnight Sunday. More snow on the way this weekMonday will have some sunshine in the morning, then cloudier skies in the afternoon.
Metro Detroit weather: Snowfall to start near midnight Saturday
Saturday evening will be cloudy and colder with temps dipping into the low teens after dinnertime. Arctic air remains locked in place, so snow showers start to arrive and form before midnight Saturday and afterward. Daytime temperatures will be in the middle teens. Afternoon highs will be in the middle teens. Another snow storm forms Thursday and Friday.
Metro Detroit weather: Expect more snow, frigid air Friday evening through weekend
Friday evening will be cloudy with a few leftover lake effect snow showers, especially north of Detroit. Another round of snow showers will arrive Saturday night and on Sunday. Scattered snow showers will occur, especially north of Eight Mile Road. Steady wind between 15 to 30 mph will push wind chills to near 0°F. A fast-moving area of low pressure will bring snow showers after sunset Saturday.
Winter storm update: Current snow totals for Metro Detroit Sunday
DETROIT – The bulk of this weekend’s snowfall wrapped up on Sunday morning -- even a bit earlier than expected. A low pressure area passing to Michigan’s south weakened Sunday as its energy was transferred to a developing storm on the east coast, cutting the Metro Detroit snow totals shorter than anticipated near and south of I-94. AdAn upper level disturbance crossing the state on Monday may generate more light snow, but should remain under an inch of accumulation for the most part. The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for Michigan’s Lenawee, Monroe, Washtenaw and Wayne counties from midnight Saturday to 10 p.m. Sunday. Just search your app store under WDIV and it’s right there available for both iPhones and Androids!
Metro Detroit weather: Heaviest snowfall Sunday morning
DETROIT – A winter weather advisory is currently in effect for SE Michigan’s Lenawee, Monroe, Washtenaw and Wayne counties now until 10 p.m. Sunday. Sunday night, the snow abates, but lake effect snow will provide an added blanket of snow Monday. Snow arrival, progressionSunday morning will have the heaviest snow of the day. The wind off Lake Huron, which is mostly liquid, will deliver lake effect snow showers and snow squalls on Monday. AdHighs will be near 30 degrees Monday afternoon as lake effect snow adds an additional 1 to 3 inches of snow across most of the area.
Winter storm could bring up to 5 inches of snow to Metro Detroit
A snow plow clears the road of snow December 9, 2005 near Lincoln, Massachusetts. The fast moving storm, shut down some schools and snarled traffic on its way to dumping up to seven inches of snow across the Northeast. DETROIT – Everything appears to be on track with the winter storm approaching Metro Detroit this weekend. Winter storm update: Here are the snow totals for Metro Detroit as of Sunday afternoonWhat’s comingSnow will develop around midnight Saturday along the southern Michigan, and will spread northward during the night. For Metro Detroit, this means that the snow will likely lessen in intensity and coverage by Sunday afternoon.
Metro Detroit weather: Snowfall to start Saturday night
DETROIT – A winter weather advisory has been issued for SE Michigan’s Lenawee, Monroe, Washtenaw and Wayne counties from midnight Saturday to 10 p.m. Sunday. Snow is on the way for the Detroit area, with snowfall beginning in some areas Saturday night and in many areas on Sunday. Saturday night will be snowy across Detroit and the rest of southeast Michigan shortly after midnight and through Sunday morning. The wind off Lake Huron, which is mostly liquid, will deliver lake effect snow showers and snow squalls on Monday. From I-94 (to the south) and M-59 (to the north), Detroit, Westland, Ann Arbor to Howell, Pontiac, Shelby Township and Mt.
Metro Detroit weather: More snow tonight -- here’s what to expect
Highs in the low to mid 30s (0 to 1 degree Celsius), with a north wind becoming northeast at 5 to 10 mph. Tuesday snow forecastHighs Tuesday should once again be in the low to mid 30s (0 to 1 degrees Celsius). Snow ends Tuesday evening, with lows in the mid 20s (-5 to -4 degrees Celsius). Becoming partly cloudy by late Wednesday night, and the clearing skies will allow temperatures to fall into the mid-teens (-10 degrees Celsius). Weekend outlookIncreasing clouds on Saturday, with highs in the low 30s (0 degrees Celsius).
Metro Detroit weather: Cold, cloudy Saturday evening gives way to snowy Sunday
After blue skies Saturday afternoon, we’ll have fair skies across Metro Detroit Saturday evening. Saturday evening will be very cold under fair to partly cloudy skies. Sunday will be cloudy with scattered light snow from a weak clipper system. Afternoon temps will be in the low 30s each day. Tuesday remains snowy with on-and-off light snow after sunrise and throughout the rest of the day.
Metro Detroit weather: Still slippery with flurries, snow showers Sunday evening
It remains slippery Sunday evening, with flurries and light snow showers continuing to fall. It remains a bit snowy overnight on Sunday and during MLK Day on Monday, but accumulations will be light. Snow showers continue Sunday evening. As we celebrate and reflect, it will be chilly and mostly cloudy with on-and-off flurries and snow showers. Tuesday will have on-and-off snow showers with highs in the low 30s.
Metro Detroit weather: A few flakes Saturday, more snow expected Sunday
Scattered snow flurries and light snow showers are appearing on Storm Tracker 4 just before dinner on Saturday. Scattered flurries and light snow showers develop mainly north of Eight Mile Road. It gives us a chance of scattered snow showers during the day Sunday. Neighborhoods north of Eight Mile Road, particularly those in Livingston County, have a better chance of receiving over an inch of snow. In Detroit and south of Eight Mile Road, some rain may mix with snow and a trace to one inch of snow is possible.
Metro Detroit weather: Chilly Sunday evening under mostly cloudy skies
Tranquil weather continues to bring relief, or at least not add to the rigor, Sunday evening, Sunday night and early this week. Sunday evening will be mostly cloudy and chilly. Thursday becomes cloudy with afternoon temps near 40 degrees or a bit more. Friday will have rain and snow showers with daytime temps near 35 degrees. Remember to download the FREE Local4Casters weather app -- it’s easily one of the best in the nation.
Metro Detroit weather: Cold with clouds Saturday night
Saturday night will be mainly clear and cold. Sunday will be partly sunny and chilly. Monday will be partly sunny and chilly. Thursday and Friday will have cloudier skies with Thursday rain showers turning to Thursday night and Friday snow showers. Remember to download the FREE Local4Casters weather app -- it’s easily one of the best in the nation.
Metro Detroit weather: Fair skies as 3 planets align Saturday evening
After highs in the low 40s and sunshine all day, skies will be fair Saturday evening. An amazing three-planet conjunction has a good chance of being visible as it becomes chillier at night. Overnight lows return to the low and middle 20s, which is barely higher than the average low temperature of 19 degrees. Thursday and Friday will have cloudier skies with Thursday rain showers turning to snow showers Thursday night and Friday. Remember to download the FREE Local4Casters weather app -- it’s easily one of the best in the nation.
Metro Detroit weather: Temps near freezing this slippery Sunday evening
The start of the first full week of 2021 did not disappoint snow lovers, as one to five inches of snow fell across the region. Sunday evening will be cloudy with re-freezing likely on untreated surfaces Sunday night. Our Jan. 3 snow storm dropped one to three inches of snow, generally. Sunday evening will be cloudy and chilly. Remember to download the FREE Local4Casters weather app -- it’s easily one of the best in the nation.
Metro Detroit weather: Freezing Saturday evening gives way to snowfall Sunday
Then, chilly but unremarkable weather is back for much of next week -- which is what we love in Detroit this time of year. Temperatures return to the freezing mark, and people must watch out for re-freezing on roads and sidewalks. As it expands, light snow will spread across the region, from Lenawee and Monroe counties northward over Detroit and through the thumb by dawn. Sunday will be cloudy with light snow, especially in the morning and midday. Remember to download the FREE Local4Casters weather app -- it’s easily one of the best in the nation.
Metro Detroit weather: Several storms approaching ahead of new year
DETROIT – 2020 will end and 2021 will begin with an active weather pattern, with three storms forecasted over the next six days. On Tuesday night, clouds will increase with some snow breaking out late at night as storm #2 approaches. New Year’s Eve, Thursday, now looks cloudy but dry, with highs in the mid to upper 30s. Total rainfall from storms #2 and #3 will likely exceed an inch but that rain will fall over a three-day period. Remember to download the FREE Local4Casters weather app -- it’s easily one of the best in the nation.
Metro Detroit weather: Tracking last 2 storms of 2020
DETROIT – Aside from some flurries, Saturday was a benign weather day and Sunday looks to be the same -- then comes the first of two storms to end this insane year. Lows will be around 20 degrees, but perhaps a few degrees cooler if we get more clearing than expected. There is a shower chance late in the afternoon Sunday, but I think most of the rain holds off until Sunday night. Temperatures will slowly fall into the low 30s by the late afternoon. Remember to download the FREE Local4Casters weather app -- it’s easily one of the best in the nation.
Metro Detroit weather: Coldest, snowiest conditions of the week expected on Christmas Day
DETROIT – Our forecast gets very wintry, very quickly with the coldest, windiest and snowiest conditions on Christmas Day. We’ll wake up to less than an inch of snow on Christmas Eve morning. As the main system pulls away, we’ll spend several hours dry, before winds kick up in the evening, bringing lake-effect snow showers that will hang around off-and-on through Christmas Day. Christmas Eve’s high will come before sunrise, then temperatures will fall through the 20s during the day. Temperatures will be closer to normal with dry conditions both days, until a mix of rain and snow arrives late on Sunday.
Metro Detroit weather: Temps near or below freezing Sunday evening
A quick shot of rain and snow remains in the forecast for the first official day of winter on Monday. More rain of snow are possible Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. Afternoon highs will be near 40°F on Tuesday and near 45°F on Wednesday. Christmas Eve Thursday becomes cloudy again with rain and snow showers. Enough cold air wraps around an area of low pressure to give us snow flurries and light snow showers as Santa arrives early Christmas morning, and when families wake up on Christmas Day.
Metro Detroit weather: Slippery Saturday evening, but less slippery overnight
Saturday evening will have chilly rain and snow showers in Detroit and other areas south of Eight Mile Road. A cold front brings rain and snow showers Wednesday night. Christmas Eve, Thursday, will have a chance of rain and snow showers. This will end with scattered snow showers as Santa Claus arrives Friday, Christmas Day. Remember to download the FREE Local4Casters weather app -- it’s easily one of the best in the nation.
Metro Detroit weather: Getting colder under cloudy skies, Sunday evening
Cloudy skies continue to reign as it gets a little colder Sunday evening. We keep a fair amount of clouds around Sunday evening as it gets colder. Afternoon temperatures will be in the middle 30s. Tuesday and Wednesday will be mostly cloudy and colder. Afternoon temperatures will be in the middle and upper 30s.
Metro Detroit weather: Going from mild to chilly, Saturday evening
The heaviest, steadiest rain is gone, along with the few thunderstorms we had. Most of the precipitation will be gone by Saturday evening and night. Any outdoor projects, whether it’s landscaping or decorating, will have dry weather the beginning of next week. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday will be partly to mostly cloudy with highs in the middle and upper 30s and lows in the 20s each day. Remember to download the FREE Local4Casters weather app -- it’s easily one of the best in the nation.
Metro Detroit weather: Both rain and snow in the forecast
That’s well above normal highs in the mid 30s. Rain & snow moving inFriday will stay dry until after sunset. That’s when we can expect scattered snow showers, but with much less moisture and intensity. From there, daytime highs stay right around normal through next week, most of which will be dry. The only decent precipitation shot will be snow showers on Wednesday.
Metro Detroit weather forecast: Sunshine prevails on Thursday, but a cooldown is coming
We expect clouds to come back prior to sunrise on Friday. NASA detected a solar eruption Monday and issued a Geomagnetic Storm Watch for Wednesday through Friday (how 2020 is that?). Weekend snow shotOur weekend system still looks like a rainmaker, primarily. So, it won’t take a huge change in the track of this system to drastically change our forecast. That weekend system will be the transition to more December-ey temperatures for next week.
Metro Detroit weather: Mostly cloudy, chilly Sunday evening
Skies will be overcast, but it remains dry with no snowflakes or slippery weather in sight. Clouds hang around Monday with chilly conditions, and temps rise above average with more sunshine later this week. No weather hazards Sunday evening or for the seeable future, which is good. Tuesday will be seasonably chilly and partly sunny. Remember to download the FREE Local4Casters weather app -- it’s easily one of the best in the nation.
Metro Detroit weather: Below-average temps with even lower wind chills Saturday evening
Make sure your heaters are working and bring your pets in at night as temperatures continue to drop. Knowing southeast Michigan weather, this is the perfect time for preparations and activities as we approach Christmas, Hanukkah and the holidays. Highs will be in the low 40s Tuesday under partly sunny skies. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday will be partly to mostly sunny with afternoon temperatures in the middle 40s. Remember to download the FREE Local4Casters weather app -- it’s easily one of the best in the nation.
Metro Detroit weather: Chilly Saturday evening; Wind Advisory set for Sunday
DETROIT – A Wind Advisory is in effect for Detroit and all of Southeast Michigan from 7 a.m. Sunday until midnight. Wet weather arrives after midnight with temperatures staying steady then rising on a southerly wind. Skies will be cloudy and it remains chilly. Afternoon temperatures will be in the low 40s. Remember to download the FREE Local4Casters weather app -- it’s easily one of the best in the nation.
Metro Detroit forecast: Scattered showers with sunshine around the corner
DETROIT – Clouds aren’t budging, keeping cool conditions in our corner of the state, but we spot some changes ahead and they’re just in time for the weekend. Last Gray DayExpect clouds to remain through most of tonight, then start to break up close to sunrise on Friday morning. But as we transition to a brighter, milder forecast, that main rain axis that has been residing in northern Lower Michigan will slowly sink south, bringing light scattered showers back to the forecast tonight. There may still be a few drops around in the South Zone as we start Friday morning. Clouds will return in the afternoon, but the should be mixed up with the sun, not solid overcast.
Metro Detroit forecast: Cloudy week, wet weekend ahead
Well stay below normal both Thursday and Friday with highs in the low 70s. Weekend RainIf youre going to deal with rain on the weekend, squeezing into the non-daylight hours is the best you can hope for. But the majority of Sunday will remain dry. Settling InNext week seems to find the equilibrium between our two extremes this week. And it looks well stay dry through Friday at least.
Metro Detroit forecast: Expect cool temperatures and chances for rain this week
Lots of clouds, cool temperatures and hit-and-miss rain chances abound. Rain amounts should be light, especially compared to what we picked up over the long weekend (2 inches plus in some spots!). Even though temperatures will be within a few degrees of normal, the persistent cloud cover and light rain chances will make it feel cooler. Weekend temperatures will be slightly warmer but fall short of 80 degrees, before we cool below normal again early next week. Outside of that, we should get at least some sunshine, with our warmest temperatures of the forecast, highs in the mid-to-upper 80s.