Wind chill advisory in effect until Noon Monday
Lows near -10
DETROIT – A wind chill advisory is in effect through 12 p.m. Monday.
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An Arctic rush of air arrived Sunday night, bringing temps that are expected to plummet below zero again by early Monday morning. Overnight lows will be near -10 or lower. Wind chills will be below -15.
Monday will be mostly sunny but extremely cold. Highs will be near 10, and wind chills will be at or below zero all day.
Tuesday morning will be frigid with lows near 0 and increasing clouds. Snow showers are possible later in the day, and southerly winds will boost temps to the low 20s.
Wednesday will be sunnier with temps in the teens. A second infusion of polar air will arrive Thursday and Friday. Morning and overnight lows will be well below 0, again. Afternoon highs will be near 10 or in the teens.
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