Bitter cold wind chills, slick roads stick around

Scattered snow, wind chill advisories continue

Local 4 Meteorologist Andrew Humphrey has the forecast.
Local 4 Meteorologist Andrew Humphrey has the forecast.

DETROIT – We will see scattered, light snow showers and highs in the low to mid teens with winds NNW 5-15 mph making it again feel much colder.

Stronger winds are coming in early Friday with cold reinforcements and that means we are under a Wind Chill Watch starting tonight through Friday morning.

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Wind chills tomorrow morning will be -20 to -30 with patchy ice and blowing snow on the roads.

Highs will only climb into the low and mid teens and the winds SW 15-25 mph will be gusting to 40 mph so be careful and make sure you've got layers going.

More snow moves in Friday night with another Alberta Clipper system.  

The warmest day ahead is Saturday in the 20s, but it will come with shovel able snow by the morning.

Snow may begin late Friday but it's more of a Saturday morning event.

Very early, the computer models are hinting at maybe 2-3" of fresh snow Saturday.

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