Mostly sunny, frigid start Sunday
Highs in the low 30s
DETROIT – Sunday mornings sunrise will be nearly an hour later than the day before's because of Daylight Saving Time. Any families who did not "Spring Forward" Saturday night must move their clocks 1 hour ahead as soon as possible. Changing batteries in all alarms is recommended, too.
The Detroit area will experience frigid conditions with temps in the low teens at first light. Anyone attending services will need to dress in layers. Even with a light wind, wind chills will be near zero at times. On the bright side, literally, skies will be mostly sunny.
Sunday afternoon will be mostly sunny with chilly conditions. Highs will be near freezing. Winter coats will need to be worn by car enthusiasts traveling to and from Autorama at Cobo Center in Detroit.
Sunday evening will remain chilly with temps near 30 degrees.
Sunday night will have change in wind direction from west to southwest. The wind will blow in warmer air and keep temps in the upper and middle 20s overnight and raise them into the 40s Monday.
Tuesday will have mostly to partly sunny skies with highs near 40. Tuesday night and Tuesday will be breezy with a chance of snow that goes into Wednesday. Wednesday afternoon temps will be back to near 30 degrees. Thursday and Friday will be sunnier and chilly with highs in the low to middle 30s.
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