Metro Detroit weather: Cold temperatures before the return of spring
DETROIT – There’s a lot to look forward to as spring arrives on Saturday, but our coldest numbers will happen before that milestone. Daytime highs will get above normal Wednesday, but hang right around seasonable levels Thursday and Friday. So as it looks right now, the rain is most likely in our South Zone, with lesser chances as you head north. It won’t take much change the track of this system, so be ready for changes over the next 24 hours. Expect breezy conditions for our first spring weekend.
Detroit weather: Wintry mix of sleet, freezing rain and snow moves in Monday evening
Snow ReturnsWe’re monitoring a mix of sleet, freezing rain and snow moving in from Northern Indiana. Expect the mix early, and primarily in the South Zone. Better chances of accumulation are in the North Zone, and northern part of the West Zone. We’re on the northern edge of this system, so there’s still a question as to how far north the rain gets. Right now, it looks likely south of 8 Mile, and possible north of there.
Live Michigan weather radar: Snow, wintry mix in forecast
DETROIT – There is a chance for snow and a wintry mix Tuesday afternoon in southeastern Michigan. Wet weather is on the way, and parts of our West and North Zones may get a wet inch or two of snow by the late afternoon and/or evening. The rest of us will see a wintry mix of some light snow becoming rain with those temps flirting with 40F. It will be a sloppy evening drive, and slick or slippery with snow more likely north of M 59. West Central Michigan is under a Winter Weather Advisory starting in the afternoon.
Metro Detroit weather forecast: Wintry mix of snow and rain expected this evening
DETROIT – Rain and snow are heading our way, but enjoy the rest of these Presidents Day daylight hours on the dry side. The wintry mix comes into Metro Detroit Monday evening around 8 p.m. from the southwest. Most of Metro Detroit, especially north of I-94 will see an hour or two of wet snow with a half inch to an inch and a half around the area before all of the moisture turns liquid. Temperatures will be rising and the winds will be cranking late tonight and the snow will switch from snow to rain from south to north around midnight. Highs are back in the mid 30s Friday, near 40F Saturday, and mid 40s by Sunday with wall to wall weekend sunshine.