63ºF

Winds calm, light snow showers possible

Then relatively quiet through the weekend

DETROIT – Yesterday's damaging winds have settled down to just "routine" breezy conditions for your Tuesday. 

Scattered light snow showers are possible through the day, but I don't expect much (if any) accumulation. 

Highs in the mid 30s, but southwest wind at 10 to 20 mph will keep wind chills in the 20s.

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Partly cloudy tonight, with lows in the mid 20s.

Partly cloudy on Wednesday…a relatively good travel day if you're staying close to home…with highs in the mid 30s. 

However, if your travels take you to New England, a nor'easter storm will travel up the coast on Wednesday, spreading heavy rain and snow across that region. 

We'll keep you posted on Local 4 and ClickOnDetroit.com, and don't forget that our FREE Local4Casters weather app has a radar display that allows you to watch the radar loop anywhere in the country…our app will help keep you safe if you'll be traveling. 

Again, it's free…just search for WDIV in the app store and you'll see it right there.

Increasing clouds Wednesday night, with lows in the mid 20s.

Mostly cloudy on Thanksgiving, with some light, festive snow showers (not enough to cause you travel headaches here in southeast Michigan). 

Temperatures during America's Thanksgiving Day Parade will be in the 20s, with highs reaching the mid 30s.  Of course, if you don't want to brave the cold, Local 4 is your EXCLUSIVE home for start-to-finish live coverage! 

Mostly cloudy with a few snow showers Thursday night.  Lows dropping into the upper teens.

Mostly cloudy on Black Friday with some light snow possible. 

Preliminary suggestions from the new overnight computer models suggest that we might see some light accumulation…perhaps an inch. 

Stay tuned.  Highs near 30.

Mostly cloudy, but warmer on Saturday, with highs in the mid 40s.

Mostly cloudy on Sunday, with highs in the low 40s.

Then mostly sunny on Monday, with highs in the upper 30s.

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